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Nazr Is BIG

 

 

 

Based on the sheer amount of people around the world who seem to dislike Lebron James, and the fact that Nazr Mohammed was the player ejected for shoving him to the ground, the odds are in my favor that you’ll like this NBA Playoff commercial by @MaxaMillion711 on Youtube. 

“Say it with ya chest” – Nazr Mohammed

 

(h/t to BigBluenation#1CG on CatsIllustrated for the find)

Article written by Will Totten

Born in Indiana and raised in Louisville, I am the unlikeliest UK fan.

17 Comments for Nazr Is BIG



  1. CAST
    3:10 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    Nazr made a big mistake. Bulls shorthanded already, he could have had huge minutes if he’d stayed in the game. Tech. Had been called on Lebron already. Noah is also a raal dumba$$, works hard, but makes stupid mistakes



  2. BlueTruth
    3:31 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    Lebron is such a douchebag.



  3. AngerManagement
    3:34 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    Not a very good roll model for young kids watching that game. Grown men acting that way. Right call by refs. Nazr need to control himself on court.



  4. Nazr'sCoach
    3:36 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    #3, I think you mean “role” model, but I got the point!



  5. Fugger
    3:39 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    3… Shut your fuggin face. Role model? Who gives a shizz



  6. UK
    3:58 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    Nazr also explained himself and apologized on Twitter last night. He made a mistake, but he owned up to it so he’s good in my book.



  7. BeauKnows
    4:12 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    Nazr has been one of the classy guys in the NBA for the last 16 year…yes SIXTEEN YEAR!! But he ain’t taken sheet from the Lebron and Heat.
    BTW: These are basketball players not role models. Your elders in your family should be the people you expect to set a good example for you. Don’t pin it on Nazr to raise you or your kids.



  8. WKYblue
    4:41 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    #3 role model? Been in the league 16 yrs and loses his temper one time? He’s not known as a thug in the league evidently. He’s human and stuff happens. He apologized. It happens to all of us.



  9. AngerManagement
    4:45 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    All sports figures are role models for young kids that watch sports on TV, not just players in the NBA. Wonder how Mom’s feel about Tiger Woods these days? Yeah, follow in his foot steps, but he had been on the golf circuit how long when he got caught?



  10. Nazr'sMouth
    4:52 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    I agree with you AngerManagement, and just look how Nazr feels about the fact that he is definitely a role model for young kids that he put out on Twitter after the incident:

    NazrMohammed: For the kids who were watching… That not the way to react on the basketball court.



  11. mark
    5:21 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    Nazr didnt pus Lebron to the ground, Lebron is 6’9″ 270. Nazr pushed Lebron, then Lebron got his hollywood on.



  12. Nazr is Dumb
    5:57 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    Nazr is dumb. Bad move for him and for his team. Glad to hear he apologized. Time to move on.



  13. BigBlue
    6:55 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    Very disappointed in Nazr. A hard foul or two is understandable, but the shove afterward was unnecessary and childish. I hope Lebron and company pound the Bulls for the rest of the series.



  14. uhh
    7:08 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    Cant be happy that a former UK player shoved a super talented player that is very friendly with UK teams now



  15. Harry Spotter
    8:42 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    Agree w/uhh. Nazr Mofokked up. Fouled LeBron and the pushed him. SHTupid.



  16. Earl
    11:09 pm May 11, 2013 Permalink

    I’d shove LeBron if I had the chance to do it too. The only thing that would have made it better is if it was a full on tackle. Good job Nazr, put that narcissistic little punk in his place!



  17. Dt
    12:26 am May 12, 2013 Permalink

    @16 – I bet you wouldn’t…