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We've got the G'town-China fight animation video!

Posted on: August 19, 2011 2:27 pm
Edited on: August 19, 2011 2:33 pm
By Matt Norlander

What's better than the genuine article? An animation video recreating the incident with egregious embellishment. This is infinitely more watchable, believe it or not.

We've hit some sort of nexus with this video-recreation-of-a-video-that-ex
ists, but I'm not complaining. The essential, dramatic recreation of Thursday's events are born out of a party in a Georgetown frat house, apparently, and then get down to business: retelling the melee as it happened ... on a green basketball court. And includes a bear-sized Panda walloping what I can only safely assume is Jason Clark.

A compatriot of the panda can then be seen hurling condiments from the stands. There's an intense, flamboyant referee, as well as an all-too-accurate computer recreation of John Thompson, III. At one point, a Bayi player starts spitting hot fire -- literally. Dylon is not featured, however. Soon enough, this essential feature moves on to players fighting in the outdoors amongst political figures. There's a deft underlying message being sent here.

NMA World Edition outdoes itself again. And if you'd like, the Miami-scandal report is also a go.

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Category: NCAAB

Since: Mar 14, 2007
Posted on: August 20, 2011 9:55 pm

We've got the G'town-China fight animation video!


Since: Mar 14, 2007
Posted on: August 20, 2011 9:52 pm

We've got the G'town-China fight animation video!

G'town may have been winning the basketball game, but they sure got their butt's kicked in that fight. Couldn't have happened to a better "team" to be honest. I guess the white guys on G'towns teams...oh wait.

I guess China will be so upset over this, they won't make any of the stuff we American't buy on a daily basis?  

Since: Nov 1, 2008
Posted on: August 20, 2011 7:02 pm

We've got the G'town-China fight animation video!


Are you kidding...... the only ones acting like thugs in the game were the Chinese players.  Why don't you learn more about the story before you start spouting off irresponsible garbage.  The Chinese Referees let this game get out of hand.  The Georgetown team was out playing the Chinese Team.  The game got physical, which usually happens when a team is getting their feelings hurt because they are getting their butts kicked.  The foul disparity was in the Chinese favor.  Chinese team 57 free throws, Georgetown 15 or 17.     The Chinese players were the ones acting like a bunch of hooligans. The Georgetown players were trying to protect themselves.   And then the fans throwing water bottles and debris at the players.  Where was the security?  Until you can show me that these AMERICAN kids were unequivocably in the wrong, I will never side with the other side.  The video and the reports certainly don't paint that picture. 

Since: Dec 5, 2006
Posted on: August 20, 2011 2:27 pm

We've got the G'town-China fight animation video!

This is great stuff. The animation does follow the script at times and the message is really clear. Georgetown got hosed and perhaps other teams will consider this in scheduling similar trips. Teams must learn not to over-react in college ball because officials are quick (something you already knew) to blow the whistle and to assess technical fouls.

Is this entertainment or is this a slam to the Chinese? It appears to be both.

Since: Jul 27, 2011
Posted on: August 20, 2011 8:46 am

We've got the G'town-China fight animation video!

Why would they send Georgetown the biggest thugs in the NCAA to China? They expect thugs not to act like thugs?

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