Back on Monday, the New York Post posted a story about New York Knicks guard Raymond Felton where he decided to blast his former team, the Portland Trail Blazers.
Below is what Raymond said about the media/fans portrayal of him before he left the city of Portland for NYC:
Felton is still bitter at the character assassination he received in the Rose City. Last March during a game there, he was booed viciously every time he touched the ball after being portrayed as the guy who cost Portland the playoffs.
He went on a long rant Monday about being portrayed as a locker-room cancer by the media and fans.
“I laughed at the crowd,’’ Felton said. “We’re in the playoffs. What about you all.’’
As you might figure, the Portland Trail Blazers organization heard about Felton’s comments and decided to respond via Twitter on Tuesday:
Why so mad, Ray? pic.twitter.com/eOFVI9KNA1
— Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) September 24, 2013
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