Ron Artest calls penalty too harsh while promoting his CD!
"I don't think it was fair that many games," Artest said in an interview with NBC's "Today" show. "I respect (NBA Commissioner) David Stern's decisions, but I don't think I should have been out for the whole season."
Afterwards Billy Hunter, the ex. director of the player's union said that he should only be suspended half the season and be entered in anger management.
Katie replied: Wasn't he already in anger management?
Hunter: No, not really...he was before..
Did Ron actually think holding up his cd while smiling was going to be perceived to be an apology? It seemed more like a promotion interview. For a man who has been suspended 10 times he got off lucky at one year. I'm sure though the NBA will cave and reduce his suspension because Ron is a star player.
The fake "moral majority" will say it's Hollywood's fault.