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China vs Georgetown brawl

Originally posted by YungAce:
i heard on sportscenter that they're playing again this weekend


In Shanghai. With swords.
Georgetown PG got stomped out.
It sounds like Hawaii was doing a tour like this also and it almost came to blows as well with this team.

f**king thugs.
Everybody was Kung FU figh-ting!

Someone had to say it.

(that's a #1, please don't warn me )
I kinda thought Black and Asian relations would have gotten better when the Asians selected Wu Tang Clan during the racial draft.... Good bye fried chicken hello fried rice!
Originally posted by brizznasty:
I kinda thought Black and Asian relations would have gotten better when the Asians selected Wu Tang Clan during the racial draft.... Good bye fried chicken hello fried rice!
With me being an Asian American, I was embarrassed by this, refused to watch any videos of the incident and initially judged the Asian players for taking things too far. All American media says the Chinese players just started jumping on the Georgetown players for apparently no reason. From what I can see in the videos, a Georgetown player takes the first swing after a Chinese player tries to block an attempted pass. What happened afterwards was a good ole brawl. I don't mind seeing it in the NBA, MLB and NHL every so often so why not in this venue, right?

Anyhow, what happened after that was ridiculous and 100% at fault of the fans in the stadium. As the Georgetown players were leaving the court, they were throwing bottles at them. That is unacceptable! If the team really asked for a police escort and didn't get it, THAT IS UNACCEPTABLE!

Had to vent a little for both sides. Sorry.


P.S. Those Chinese players knew how to throw down! Goes to show that when an NBA player looks like he doesn't know how to fight, he probably really can't. I know these were college players but where do you think a majority of NBA players come from? In other news, GO NINERS!
Chinese Standoff

I guess they didn't understand the words that were coming out of his mouth.
who won in the rematch?
Originally posted by btak49:
With me being an Asian American, I was embarrassed by this, refused to watch any videos of the incident and initially judged the Asian players for taking things too far. All American media says the Chinese players just started jumping on the Georgetown players for apparently no reason. From what I can see in the videos, a Georgetown player takes the first swing after a Chinese player tries to block an attempted pass. What happened afterwards was a good ole brawl. I don't mind seeing it in the NBA, MLB and NHL every so often so why not in this venue, right?

Anyhow, what happened after that was ridiculous and 100% at fault of the fans in the stadium. As the Georgetown players were leaving the court, they were throwing bottles at them. That is unacceptable! If the team really asked for a police escort and didn't get it, THAT IS UNACCEPTABLE!

Had to vent a little for both sides. Sorry.


P.S. Those Chinese players knew how to throw down! Goes to show that when an NBA player looks like he doesn't know how to fight, he probably really can't. I know these were college players but where do you think a majority of NBA players come from? In other news, GO NINERS!
1) Unless you have some exclusive video that nobody else has or you are a video CSI, you don't know who started it, the way the the Chinese players carried it out is the real issue here - like a bunch of sore losers and scumbags. China gets in these all of the time, what is the common denominator?
2) You might like to see brawls at these sports, that might explain your post... I don't, if I wanted to watch people fight I'm watching a UFC match or better yet, a real sport - boxing.
3) The Chinese team were ARMY SOLDERS! WTF do you think? Yeah that's a fair fight, lets take about 15-20 or so 18-20 year olds and match them against 30-40 TRAINED KILLERS. American sports brawls almost never escalate to this level of violence.

I hope no country agrees to another exhibition game with these morally-bankrupt ingrates for an extremely long time and the Olympic committee should ban them from participation.

Being an Asain American, this fight shouldn't embarrass you - your post should.
Originally posted by JREED23:
Originally posted by btak49:
With me being an Asian American, I was embarrassed by this, refused to watch any videos of the incident and initially judged the Asian players for taking things too far. All American media says the Chinese players just started jumping on the Georgetown players for apparently no reason. From what I can see in the videos, a Georgetown player takes the first swing after a Chinese player tries to block an attempted pass. What happened afterwards was a good ole brawl. I don't mind seeing it in the NBA, MLB and NHL every so often so why not in this venue, right?

Anyhow, what happened after that was ridiculous and 100% at fault of the fans in the stadium. As the Georgetown players were leaving the court, they were throwing bottles at them. That is unacceptable! If the team really asked for a police escort and didn't get it, THAT IS UNACCEPTABLE!

Had to vent a little for both sides. Sorry.


P.S. Those Chinese players knew how to throw down! Goes to show that when an NBA player looks like he doesn't know how to fight, he probably really can't. I know these were college players but where do you think a majority of NBA players come from? In other news, GO NINERS!
1) Unless you have some exclusive video that nobody else has or you are a video CSI, you don't know who started it, the way the the Chinese players carried it out is the real issue here - like a bunch of sore losers and scumbags. China gets in these all of the time, what is the common denominator?
2) You might like to see brawls at these sports, that might explain your post... I don't, if I wanted to watch people fight I'm watching a UFC match or better yet, a real sport - boxing.
3) The Chinese team were ARMY SOLDERS! WTF do you think? Yeah that's a fair fight, lets take about 15-20 or so 18-20 year olds and match them against 30-40 TRAINED KILLERS. American sports brawls almost never escalate to this level of violence.

I hope no country agrees to another exhibition game with these morally-bankrupt ingrates for an extremely long time and the Olympic committee should ban them from participation.

Being an Asain American, this fight shouldn't embarrass you - your post should.
It does look like the American player took to the first swing. Happens in the NBA all the time when a player gets frustrated from being over crowded and slightly bumped.

Then it was on. Can't blame the Chinese. However, the other part of this is that it seems the game was being called one way considering the foul disparity. Still no need to take a swing from a little contact within the game context. Once he took the swing, it's all good ole fashioned pride not to back down, especially when we are talking about two different countries.

Represent.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by JREED23:
Originally posted by btak49:
With me being an Asian American, I was embarrassed by this, refused to watch any videos of the incident and initially judged the Asian players for taking things too far. All American media says the Chinese players just started jumping on the Georgetown players for apparently no reason. From what I can see in the videos, a Georgetown player takes the first swing after a Chinese player tries to block an attempted pass. What happened afterwards was a good ole brawl. I don't mind seeing it in the NBA, MLB and NHL every so often so why not in this venue, right?

Anyhow, what happened after that was ridiculous and 100% at fault of the fans in the stadium. As the Georgetown players were leaving the court, they were throwing bottles at them. That is unacceptable! If the team really asked for a police escort and didn't get it, THAT IS UNACCEPTABLE!

Had to vent a little for both sides. Sorry.


P.S. Those Chinese players knew how to throw down! Goes to show that when an NBA player looks like he doesn't know how to fight, he probably really can't. I know these were college players but where do you think a majority of NBA players come from? In other news, GO NINERS!
1) Unless you have some exclusive video that nobody else has or you are a video CSI, you don't know who started it, the way the the Chinese players carried it out is the real issue here - like a bunch of sore losers and scumbags. China gets in these all of the time, what is the common denominator?
2) You might like to see brawls at these sports, that might explain your post... I don't, if I wanted to watch people fight I'm watching a UFC match or better yet, a real sport - boxing.
3) The Chinese team were ARMY SOLDERS! WTF do you think? Yeah that's a fair fight, lets take about 15-20 or so 18-20 year olds and match them against 30-40 TRAINED KILLERS. American sports brawls almost never escalate to this level of violence.

I hope no country agrees to another exhibition game with these morally-bankrupt ingrates for an extremely long time and the Olympic committee should ban them from participation.

Being an Asain American, this fight shouldn't embarrass you - your post should.
It does look like the American player took to the first swing. Happens in the NBA all the time when a player gets frustrated from being over crowded and slightly bumped.

Then it was on. Can't blame the Chinese. However, the other part of this is that it seems the game was being called one way considering the foul disparity. Still no need to take a swing from a little contact within the game context. Once he took the swing, it's all good ole fashioned pride not to back down, especially when we are talking about two different countries.

Represent.

according to people who were there the chinese team had gotten away with multiple flagrant fouls and hadn't been called for them at all. Of course you are going to swing at someone who is repeatedly seemingly trying to injure you.
This is the 2nd time the Chinese team has been involved in a brawl the past 2 years, last year they knuckled up with Brazil.