Bob Kravitz was on Channel 13 in Indianapolis at 6:20 tonight commenting on
the whole Pacers thing.
Of course Ron Artest's name came up and Kravitz repeated that he wishes that Artest was traded long ago as he suggested. No big deal, but then he said something that really made me angry.
Paraphrasing, Kravitz said that Artest is giving his teammates who are good fathers, good husbands and good people in the community a bad name.
I took that to mean that Kravitz does not think Artest is a good father a good husband or good in the community. How in the heck does he know. How does he know who is a good father or who is a good husband.
It goes back to something that really bothers me, Artest acts up so that makes him a bad family man or a menace to the city of Indianapolis. Someone does saomething wrong or "bad" and that makes them just a terrible person. I don't buy that for one minute. The said part is Kravitz likely has no idea what he said. Artest might be the best father on the whole team, I don't have the slightest idea.
Kravitz should just stick to what he knows.