"Speaking of the integrity of the game I want to talk about the Blazers over the top celebration at the end of the game. This has been mentioned before but I paid attention this time and I have to say that it should be stopped by the league. Upon scoring the controversial winning goal the entire team raised their sticks over their heads and pumped them for a good minute or so. They did this while facing the crowd and the opposing bench. The entire time their coach Guy Charron just looked on and smirked.
I'm guessing the league wants their players to act like pros. Maybe I'm wrong here. Maybe they don't care if they act like 10 year olds. Maybe the Blazers don't realize that they also currently have the worst record in the Western Conference. No matter where they stand though, that kind of over the top celebration is bush league to say the least. The Blazers should more concerned with stopping this before it negatively affects their team. They should be less worried about muting sports writers. "
I seriously laughed out loud reading the line "it should be stopped by the league".
Sure, I've blogged in the past in can be a bit excessive...but gimme break.
As you were....