Effigy wrote:CycklopsGT wrote:When fans don't like something, they boo, brother, they don't make sounds that resemble cheering.Effigy wrote:
Right. He said they are reacting to the replay. That’s what the noise at the five second mark that you think is a cheer is referring to. It’s not a cheer, it’s a grumbling crowd that didn’t like what they were seeing on the replay. but even if it were a cheer, it’s reacting to the replay they are seeing on the screen of the play, not the image we are seeing of Kawhi rolling around on the floor.
Who’s ‘them’ that physically assaulted Kyrie? You mean Mark Stevens? So you meant to say ‘him’?
And yes, I'm talking about Mark Stevens, he is part of the Warriors fanbase. He is a representative of their fanbase just as much as those fans who cheered Durant's injuries are representative of Toronto. Unless you're now arguing that a part shouldn't represent a whole?
It doesn’t resemble cheering. You have a hearing problem or you’re in denial. Make a thread with a poll and ask if that’s cheering.
Part doesn’t represent a whole. All Raptor fans didn’t cheer Durant’s injury. I didn’t see anyone here cheer it. But thousands in that arena did. That’s just facts.
You're confusing the sound of non-unanimous cheers with not being cheers. It's DEFINITELY cheering. The crowd BOOS when they don't like what they see. If you acknowledge that the part doesn't represent the whole, then you're already against all the "F Toronto!" people and basically have dismissed this whole issue, as it should be.