Schultz talk pt. 2
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05-27-2012, 05:03 PM
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How is it not relevant? you, along with a few others are acting like something like this has never happened before, like you're genuinely shocked that Schultz could have the audacity to say one thing and do something else.
It happens, people lie, not just in sports, but in general.
At the end of the day you do what's best for you. No one else, Schultz did nothing wrong, he is following the rules as laid out by the CBA, as people have done before him.
Must be sunny with kittens and rainbows in the world you live in if you "value someone's word" over a signed legal document.
Why are you defending lying by saying that it's happened before, as if it changes it's moral standing the more it is done.
As of now, the evidence we have points to him lying. That's a weak move, no matter the legality. In a situation as big as this, ie: professional sports, starting off a career this way is a little concerning as to the quality of his character.
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