World Peace: Smart can learn from fan incident

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Knicks forward Metta World Peace says Marcus Smart can learn from the fallout that will come after the Oklahoma State All-American shoved a fan during a game at Texas Tech.

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Mayor Maynot - 3/22/2014 9:45 PM
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That incident will probably keep smart from ever being chosen by any professional team. You go your whole life being a good guy. If you are a bad guy one time that's it, you're known as a bad guy the rest of your life. No pro team wants to gamble the millions that are involved with physical abuse of fans. They might be able to push a player on the court and get bench time. Pro ball you push a fan you're going to get court time for assault and the team owner will pay millions in a lawsuit. It's Smart if Smart is not picked in any team draft.
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