He stood up to Baron Hopgood, and held the real team together while new ownership was found in Lawton, OK. The Cavalry suddenly seems to be one of the best teams in the league, after almost folding at Christmas. Provoking a crisis in this case was the moral, and right, thing to do.
Micheal Ray also doesn't seem interested in Tuckman's crap in Montana, and wants to play on a regulation court with real CBA referees. Good for him. Tuckman's comments in the paper were as follows:
"We've been having all kinds of troubles with Oklahoma. They think it's the NBA finals, not the CBA," Tuckman said Monday afternoon after the postponement was announced.
Good for Oklahoma. That's the kind of management I want running my team.
Makes one wonder if the issues in Albany was more with the ownership there than anything?[/quote]
His bigoted remarks were his problem not ownership, keep it real, ok...
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And Bobby Knight was the Pope????? Adolph Rupp was Christ???
Please Michael Ray is just normal compared to those two that i've mentioned.
Michael Ray got mad about the ABAish things that were happening to the team he is coaching. He stood up not only for himself but for his players and the fans.
He can act silly at times but hey he cares about things unlike others.
ABAish: Created By TheStandard
ABAish:Not Playing 99% of your games but you satisfy your self less than 50% Lack Of Promotion Of Your Team, Not Paying your players, Playing in a High School with non regulation lines or Half Court, Playing with Wal-Mart Uniforms, Playing with Mismatched Socks, Posting lies about your league, Posting things that are not basketball or really league related, Calling others Unethical and Immoral, Being Joe Newman.500 Charcters suck.