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Brendan Haywood Isn't Fully Informed

Brendan Haywood has every right to free speech, and I would encourage him to keep speaking his mind in whatever format he chooses. Even if my first reaction to his recent comments about Stephon Marbury came in the form of a four-letter acronym that I'm probably allowed to link to, but am in no way allowed to type out for reasons that I'm just fine with.

That said, freedom of speech doesn't guarantee freedom from consequences, and as a result I'm going to spend a few hundred words from here to the bottom of this page telling you why Brendan Haywood is a dolt.

In an interview with Hardcore Sports Radio (I'm guessing that there's some awesome sound effects in the HSR studio, bro), lovingly transcribed by our mate Tas Melas, Haywood voiced concern about what, exactly, has...

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