When I read the thread title, I thought it'd be about Sean May's last grocery order
Bonnell does a good job of detailing why it's a bad call.
I guess the thing I wondered about was what constitutes a 'telling-off', because many a coach would hint at the unfair treatment during post-game interviews (unless I'm mistaken) and still flee the scene with their wallets unscathed.
As someone else mentioned, they were just making an example.
... lols at Sean's final order to go.
......Go Bobcats!!!!! !!!..
"Sam Vincent? To be honest with you, I don't know what his concept was." - Gerald Wallace
[QUOTE=teej;138852]That's ludacris. But I'll bet LB isn't paying all or even most of it.
Well, I am not sure LB will mind since it is a tax write off. Since the money is used for charity, LB doesn't really end up getting hurt financially that much.
It probably isn't classified a charitable contribution however since it is handed down as a fine from the league. I'm sure the league wants to classify it as charity and deduct it theirselves and you aren't allowed to claim the same dollar twice as charity.
Either way, it sucks!