NBA  > General NBA  > Lots of folks out there hurting and the NBA is bathing in 75,000 dollars worth of grape juice....incredible...
June 22, 2012, 11:09 PM
If the story is true you most agree this is a slap in the face of all working folks in the country.

Maybe some Spumante would of done just fine and give the the $74,995 change to a food bank, sorry my dear friend I just find this arrogant.

This act speaks for itself.

Enough said.
June 24, 2012  01:34 PM ET

I don't think the players paid for that champagne but I don't expect a guy like you to even consider that, let alone understand that concept.......

June 24, 2012  06:43 PM ET
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I don't think the players paid for that champagne but I don't expect a guy like you to even consider that, let alone understand that concept.......

Don't care who paid for it is just not the right time for this......

June 27, 2012  08:35 PM ET
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Don't care who paid for it is just not the right time for this......

LOL!!! When is the right time?? And do you really think this was the first time expensive champagne was used in a championship celebration???? Your hate for Lebron and the Heat really makes you say some stupid ****!!!

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June 28, 2012  11:40 PM ET
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LOL!!! When is the right time?? And do you really think this was the first time expensive champagne was used in a championship celebration???? Your hate for Lebron and the Heat really makes you say some stupid ****!!!

You most think I hate everybody...lol

June 28, 2012  11:42 PM ET
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Are you on drugs...This happened in a private club at the expense of the players involved. Now you are telling them how to spend their own money.You were wrong...be a man...own it.

Thank you for verifying this did happen......maybe we are just paying this guys too much...lol

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June 30, 2012  12:37 AM ET

A lot of rich/wealthy folks out there spending a whole lot more on a whole lot less.

June 30, 2012  08:32 PM ET
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A lot of rich/wealthy folks out there spending a whole lot more on a whole lot less.

True....but not public figures

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July 1, 2012  07:09 PM ET
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Which elected official are you talking about, when you say public.If this person is not an elected official, it is not really anybodies business. I await your clarification.

Public figures better word celebrities...role models to kids.. etc...

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July 2, 2012  12:29 PM ET
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Being a celebrity does not make you a role model.

What do moms and dads do with their kids? what is a big part of sports? Moms and dads taking their kids to sporting events .,.that is as old as the wheel...a great tradition, so even if they dont want to ...players are a role modle...

July 2, 2012  12:29 PM ET
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Being a celebrity does not make you a role model.

What do mons and dads do woith tyheir kids? what is a big part of sports? Moms and dads taking their kids to sporting events .,.that is as old as the wheel...a great tradition so even if they dont want to ...they are a role modle...

 
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