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Old Sun Mar 31, 2013, 08:48pm
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Originally Posted by Adam View Post
I can understand the occasional birddog. But I didn't like the way it looked when he bent over and practically got in the players' faces. Obviously, what he does works for him, but it came across to me as unnecessarily confrontational when a standard, upright point would have been sufficient.
Clearly, you haven't seen Scott Thornley work before. The bigger the stage, the more he "enjoys" the spotlight. (I especially liked when he called a foul and imitated the contact on the shooters arm by repeatedly - exactly SIX TIMES - hitting his own arm in demonstrating the foul).

When I found out before the game the crew was Scott Thornley, Doug Shows, and Tony Greene, I made sure to get my popcorn, cold drinks, and my Raisinets so that I could "enjoy the show"!
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