West Virginia Government Jim Justice is a volunteer coach at Greenbrier East High in Lewisburg, and has been coaching the Spartans women's basketball team since 2003. But an incident on Tuesday night between Greenbrier East and Woodrow Wilson, took prompting Justice to use some choice words when discussing his opponent.
"I hate to say it in any other way, but be honest with God. The truth is that the same thing happened in Woodrow twice different from the Woodrow players," Justice Justice said. based on Register of books. They are a group of thugs. The team leaves the bench, the coach is fighting, they leave the floor, they call the game. "
The incident occurred in the question that occurred in the fourth quarter when an assistant coach of Woodrow and a fan were caught in a brawl behind the Woodrow bench. It led to Woodrow's head coach taking his team off the pitch. A Woodrow assistant coach, Gene Nabors, was later cited by state police for obstructing an officer, a criminal who was punished up to a fine of $ 500 and a year in prison. Two others were cited and five Woodrow Wilson plays were suspended due to this incident.
The game was then called with Greenbrier East leading the way with six points.
The game was over when they got off the floor. It's as simple as that, "Justice said." They don't know how to behave and by the end of the day, you have got what you got.
Justice then said in a statement that it was an utter nonsense, to infer the racial intent of its word choice.
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