Saturday, November 6, 2010

NBA Coach against twitter

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Stan Van Gundy believes that what is said on the field should stay on the court. The coach of the Magic yesterday expressed strong opposition to Charlie Villanueva, the Pistons, with "tweet" his exchange of words with Kevin Garnett.

Van Gundy said he "does not seem to handle the adult form," and that Villanueva has to act more like a "big man" and respond privately to Garnett.

"There are lots of things said on the court, and I'm sure in every sport there is a very competitive environment if it is discovered by the common people would find many of these inappropriate things," Van Gundy said.

Villanueva published on its Web site Twitter, @ CV31, Garnett this week called it "cancer patient" for the win on the road to the Boston Celtics over Detroit 109-86. Villanueva suffers from alopecia universalis, a medical condition resulting in hair loss. No hair on his head.

Garnett denied the charge and later released a statement that said Villanueva was his comment: "You are a cancer to your team and our league."

Van Gundy did not defend the comments Garnett, but, echoing the opinion of the coach of the Celtics, Doc Rivers, who was considered inappropriate for Villanueva reflected in your Twitter account. Van Gundy does not use Twitter.

"Like anyone, if we're offended by anything you say someone else, I think you can drive between two people," Van Gundy said. "I mean, he's on the court with Kevin Garnett, if he is not happy she must respond. Handle it the way you want, but handle it between you two. " "Twitter? I think not, "Van Gundy continued. "I'm from a different generation, do not get it."


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