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Floyd Patterson To Muhammad Ali: "Reeek. My Name Is Reek!" PDF Print E-mail

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ImageDraymond "Rufus R. Freight Train" Green and the Golden State Warriors have been all over the news this past year. After the Warriors' record-breaking 73-9 season, the media has not been able to get enough of the Warriors. Green has been the chosen spokesman for the team. He gives them "energy." He chastises Steph Curry and Klay Thompson when they don't play well. He was voted an NBA All-Star and played H-O-R-S-E with Kevin Hart. His Beats commercial is on repeat during the playoffs. Then reality hit. He got hammered in the playoffs by OKC's Stephen Adams and Enes Kanter. To compensate for his lack of size and talent he resorted to dirty tactics.
 
Ignore Gabelli; Weatherford International Is Insolvent PDF Print E-mail
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