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"What supposed "sport" golf, bowling, figure skating, etc. is the least sport-like? (And, why, if you're so inclined.)"
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"I've never seen anything like that," marveled Clippers head coach Vinny Del Negro. "The combination of athleticism and strength in that kid is something to behold. I just wish he'd stick to showing it off by dunking. His strength is a little counter-productive with some of the finesse plays," he added, likely alluding to a behind-the-back pass Griffin threw last month that decapitated a teammate.
Del Negro briefly pulled Griffin from the game after the forward's bricked layup to remind him to always dunk all of his shot attempts.
"With the way he can jump, pretty much any time he touches the ball on this side of half-court, I want him to dunk it," said Del Negro.
Once inserted back into the game, Griffin got the ball at the top of the three-point line, jumped off one leg, skipped again off the top of the head of the opposing team's center, flipped in the air, slapped the shot clock on his way down and then threw the ball through the rim, denting the court below.
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If only he could act as well as "The Hangover"s Mike Tyson.
"I think our continued attention to this issue and this latest decision shows that we do things differently at Ohio State," said head coach Jim Tressel. "We do things the right way."
Tressel also noted that in order to really aid local charities, all player payments will be stepped up immediately.
"A few hundred here or there doesn't help much," said the coach. "We need to be giving our players more money so it can trickle down to these organizations. And I want all the players we are currently recruiting to know this, too we are offering more now than we did before. Much, much more."
Ohio State is also working with donors and alumni to set up a charity that will target at-risk youth, primarily young men ages 18-22 who can be violently injured every Saturday in the fall.
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