More hateful than games where concrete was thrown!
Griffin: “When he was introduced, it was the most loudest, hateful, vile vitriol I’ve ever heard in any building for any reason. I’ve taken a battery off the head sitting courtside at European games. I’ve been at Greek games where they’ve ripped the seats out of the concrete and thrown them at each other. I was at a Cibona-Partizan game (in Belgrade) where they shot flares across the court. But those were foreign languages I didn’t understand. This was as hateful as anything I’ve ever experienced.”
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