Skip to comments.Rhythm gives ABA officials a headache
Posted on 02/01/2005 7:51:53 AM PST by ConservativeStatement
The co-founder and chairman of the American Basketball Association said Monday he planned to fine the Nashville Rhythm and donate the money to inner-city youth programs. Joe Newman was reacting to Saturday night's game between the ABA's Nashville Rhythm and Kansas City Knights in which Rhythm co-owner Sally Anthony confronted Nashville coach Ashley McElhiney on the bench during the game and then fired her after McElhiney refused to bench one of her players. Afterward, Anthony went into the locker room and told the team that if players wanted to support their coach, she would fold the team. Newman said that was ridiculous.
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Is this women's basketball? If so, who cares. Women SUCK at basketball.
It is men's basketball. But this goes beyong sports.
Women are coaching men's basketball?
Mens Basketball - Woman Coach - Idiot Owner.
In this case, yes. Here is a link to the league:
This is just a fledgling semi-pro men's basketball league. The coach of the Nashville Rhythm, Ashley McElhiney, is a class act supported completely by her players. The co-owner, Sally Anthony, is a crackpot, who thinks she's a star. I never heard of her until this weekend's news. Take a look at this freak's website:
She thinks that offering her "hit" CD to ticket buyers will get people to come to the games. Whatever . . .
Weird, wild and wacky! (channeling Dana Carvey as Johnny Carson). Thanks for the link!
Wasn't one of the NBA players in the brawl a few weeks ago promoting a CD, too?
I looked at the headline and immediately began to wonder why the American Bar Association was getting involved in a conflict over birth control.
You're welcome. If you want to read another more detailed version, there is a story in today's Tennessean but if can't be posted on FR. Go to www.Sportspages.Com and click on "TOP 10." Then various headlines appear (they change daily). You will see the headline for this.
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