Joakim Noah didn't appreciate LeBron James' dancing last week and it is unlikely last year's MVP would get away with doing that 20 years ago.

"If a guy was doing the Riverdance like that, coach would come over and say, 'Who's got the fewest amount of fouls of my big fellas?' " said ex-Celtic and TNT analyst Kevin McHale. "If you raised your hand, he would say, 'We will let him drive and then we will throw him on the ground."

"When he is laying there we would say, 'Do you feel like dancing now?"

"And that pretty much solved the dancing problem."

JR 12/11/2009 01:06:00 PM Edit
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  1. Karl Dillinger says:

    Haha, that is great!

  2. Anonymous says:

    McHale = best PF all time

    LeBron = chump

  3. That's right, how is it this hasn't been done yet?

  4. ThomasJ says:

    Classic picture from 25 years ago. I think Rambis still feels clotheslined by McHale on a nightly basis coaching the Wolves.

  5. Bohemian says:

    Awesome! Best quote in a long time. James truly deserves this

  6. tb727 says:

    LeBron's a jackass. Put Mo Williams in that category too for his shenanigans.

  7. Chump? Jackass? You guys really should be more polite in here.

  8. Anonymous says:

    If anyone clotheslined Lebron they'd be suspended for a year

  9. Anonymous says:

    People used to be polite to Tiger Woods too. Nnnnnooonan. It's only a matter of time until all but the very best are humbled by the same idea of perfection that they exude like hero's. And as professional athletes, that time of speculative oversight doesn't end when your career does.

  10. Anonymous says:


    I simply love #32.

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