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In Greece, this is a sign of affection


Look… when you've just missed a layup on the other team's home court and stepped in the sweat of the person who tried to take the charge… you GOTTA wipe your feet somewhere.  It's impolite to track that sweat up the length of the court. 

That, by the way, is Panathanaikos' Mike Baptiste.  Not that you care.  

Why do all these things happen in Greece?  Chair throwing… crowds getting.. umm… unruly…  it's making us Greeks look like total hotheads. AND THAT'S TOTAL F*!@ING BULL!!!  AAARRRRRGGGGHHHHH….. 

Via Last Angry Fan

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  • thetitleisours

    Good thing they did not and take away Baptistes government pension 😉

  • To the Turks, everything is “shurla burla”, which means “like this, like that”. You never know what will happen. All foreigners are “ayip”, they’re considered dirty. So is homosexuality, it’s a big crime there, but most of them do it every chance they get. There are about thousand things that are “ayip”, for instance, you can stab or shoot somebody below the waist but not above because that’s intent to kill. So everyone runs around stabbing everyone else in the ass. That’s what they call Turkish revenge. I know it must all sound crazy to you, but this place is crazy.

  • G4L

    Why aren’t his teamates attacking the guy? If I were out there I would start pounding that guys face in. Maybe its different when your playing for money but geez do something!!

  • euro’s are soft

  • AP

    And the jackass is not even Greek!

  • Viva

    It’s not Greece, it’s Panathanaikos. Even in that chair incident, it was Panathanaikos.