Veteran Observer-Reporter sports writer Mike Kovak offers his take on high school sports.
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Yes, Pryor does need to learn to be humble and block all the negative talk out. That's not hard to do if there are adults willing to step up and help the kid out. We are part of the problem or part of the solution. How many people do you think really wish Pryor the best? They are just waiting for moments like this to say I told you so.
Furthers my belief he is a punk. No class, really. And his coaches must be schmucks too. Here's hoping he doesnt waste his talent in college by taking gifts or getting mired in controversy cause he thinks he's above everyone else.
Pryor is not a punk, he is a phenomenal athlete that allowed the true punk SF sissy fans get under his skin. The punks were all in the stands, not on the court.
I give credit to Mr. Kovak for being the only writer willing to say anything negative about Pryor's terrible behavior at the game. I wish someone would talk to the SF players and coaches to get and report the whole story, including Pryor saying to each and every on of the SF players, "F*** You" and "You suck" as he went through the line after the game, or to get the story of Pryor's taunting of the SF players and coaches that started when SF enetered the gym BEFORE any of the fans were even in the gym. A great game between two great teams was marred by Pryor's behavior. A lot of people came to that game expecting to see a great athlete that could be admired. Most people left appreciating what a great athlete Pryor is, but disgusted by his behavior.
Good post OR Fan.I did not see any of the pre-game activities other than on-court warm-ups, which looked pretty normal to me.
lets not forget, pryor got arested at kennywood this summer for being in a brawl.
And you can go on and on about this terrible young man because of course no one else was at fault, like all the adults around, including the coaches. We must all live in glass houses. Nothing against Mike, if all the media would stop printing TP's every move the hipe just might die down.
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