According to ESPN, the Marlin's manager had this to say on Wade's altercation with coach Eric Spoelstra during Game 3 of the Miami Heat's playoff series.
I will kick his ass. Well, I won't say I'll kick his ass. They'll kick my ass because they're bigger than me, and I'm older. But I will take my chances. Some people have to understand our job.
That's disrespectful. Why he's saying it, when he said it, that's none of my business, but the player come out and say something (like that to me), he will guarantee a fight.
After his comments about Fidel Castro offended the Cuban community and earned him a five-game suspension, Guillen would have been smart to keep his mouth shut for a little while. Instead, he chose to suggest a willingness to engage in a physical confrontation with one of basketball's ...
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