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Ref says Newton's contact wasn't malicious

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Boger said there was contact from Newton but it was not malicious.4:34pm - 23 Dec 12

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But there are at least four article by major sports websites saying Cam Should've been ejected, immature etc

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I don't know why Cam thugged out like that. This season is embarrassing enough.

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I always keep my composure when I take hits like Cam did. Idk what his problem is. I think it's because he's never lost before and he's spoiled.

I'd put this right under World Metta Peace/ Ron Artest at the palace.

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that's good to know. I wonder what was going on.

Yeah, I could see you're butthurt about Cam not being ejected. Sit your ass down.

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Agree it wasn't malicious.

It was dumb, though.

I definitely don't wanna see him pulling a stunt like that again.

My guess is that message will be communicated to him quite clearly by coaches and teammates alike.

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Yeah, I could see you're butthurt about Cam not being ejected. Sit your ass down.

I guess you're still pumped from watching the game.

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I guess you're still pumped from watching the game.

I'm leaving the game in traffic.

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I'm leaving the game in traffic.

I really hope you're not driving.

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