Arizas Wife is accusing Trevor for child abuse

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  1. STOMP

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    Yeah, so sorry I offended you waiting until the offseason to relay how it's been watching this fucking thug wearing the PDX unis this season. Next time I'll let Homer know up front how I feel about it.

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    Weak. It was fine. Not his fault Rudy is such a wimp. It's 100% a basketball play.. do you think players shouldn't be allowed to try to block that shot? Ridiculous.
     
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    LMAO, you must be a bigger wimp than Rudy was. No player has a right to not be contested no matter what the score is. He even actually got a lot of the ball, it wasn't even much of a foul.
     
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    I think it's more of a Homer thing to think that Rudy foul was soooo bad. Other than that what have you ever seen out of Ariza to call him a thug really??? To me he's a blue collar 3 and D professional. Does his job and plays hard.
     
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    Made a play on the ball.
     
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    thug? Because he fouled Rudy hard? Rudy was always a candy ass anyways.

    Ruined his career? Really? Did he even miss a game because of it? No he missed plenty of games because of horrible shot selection and he played no defense.

    and yes I’ll admit at the time I was pissed. Because it gave me another reason to hate the lakers and I was running off adrenaline., looking back at it, it was nothing.
     
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    Oh and on the topic of spanking. Since when did we become so pussified? It’s been going on for years. I got the belt on the very rare occasion. As did my dad and mom. Not a single one of us has been arrested and we’re all respectful, productive members of society.

    And we wonder why this generation is the only one to shoot up schools? It’s because kids these days have both no respect for their elders and no accountability. They think everything should be taken for granted. Now beating the snot out of a kid to take out your frustrations is a different story. But letting a kid know who the adult is and that there is repercussions for their actions in the form of a spanking has been going on for hundreds of years.

    I’ll be damned that the parents of a generation who has raised the most screwed up kids in terms of behavior is going to claim the standard on how to raise a kid.
     
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    Evidence beating children makes them better?
     
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    School shootings are a result of lack of spanking.

    It's good to use female anatomy slang as terms of weakness

    Just imaging the benefits when we can go back to more spousal abuse.

    We can ignore experts, researchers, scientists, and evidence. It used to be better because my uncle Frank and G Ma Jo Anna turned out swell.
     
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    There is absolutely no evidence anywhere that “Beating” children makes them better. But there are massive amounts of evidence that discipline makes children grow up well and that they turn out to be accountable for their actions.
    I’m actually astounded that you would bait this conversation like that. I expected better from you.
     
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    Really?
     
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    Excuse me? Another poster talked about being beaten with a belt and how beneficial that was. I followed up.

    I absolutely agree children need discipline. I disagree that physical violence is correct discipline.

    Do you know children are the only group of people it is legal to hit? Used to be legal to hit servant, apprentice, military subordinate, slave, wife, animal. It is a sign of progress that those have been outlawed. Yet exception is still made for children. Why?
     
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    Its just to easy to publicly slander and accuse someone these days. Before any judgement is passed the evidence must be presented.
    Im an old fart, but growing up we were all taught that a person was innocent until proven guilty.
     
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    I've never believed spanking or hurting your children has any positive effect upon them....I don't think fighting amongst full grown adults achieves anything unless there's no choice but to defend oneself. Violence feeds upon violence.
     
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    I just did not expect you to feed in on that is all.
    Nobody is saying beating a child is gonna bring anything positive.
     
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    I used to fly a lot during my working days and I've seen parents that do nothing for uncontrollable kids, numerous times I saw toddlers beating the crap out of their mom hitting in the face and screaming, while mom did nothing. On several occasions the flight attendant would come by and try and defuse with offering to hold or provide apple juice or something. Some parents did nothing to control their kids on the plane and were very passive with them. Others had control over their kids and seemed to respond to sternness and discipline. I also made sure my kids were well behaved on a plane or public place. We have 12 grandkids and some are raised with very passive approach with little discipline and some with discipline. You can see the difference in how they respond with respect to authority. Love them all, but kids need to be taught obedience and respect at a young age. My wife is a retired second grade school teacher and she is firm with our grandkids but it is offset with tremendous love and affection.
     
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    well aren’t you the moral authority.

    You know these black athletes who get to the stage they’re at and constantly pay homage to their mom and how much they love them?

    Those women are notorious for the tough love approach. A whooping if you’re acting crazy isn’t doing anything but showing that there is consequences.

    My parents were loving, caring parents. If I got stupid though there was a possibility of it. My mom was the disciplinarian. No screaming, or shouting.

    I’m a softy with kids so it isn’t my style. I do think more kids these days need discipline.
     
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    That is the key right there.
    Punishment by itself does nothing but generate fear.
    Punishment and correction combined with love & affection helps individuals grow and become the best versions of themselves. These experiences are good for us.
     
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    I hated Ariza til this year, especially given how much i enjoyed Rudy here. But my hate has waned with time, I have to admit. It's still there beneath the surface, though.

    That said, a strawman: CJ is pretty freaking dirty at times. The way he swipes down on guys and pushes them while they're in the air-- just doesn't sit well with me.
     
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    Trail Blazers’ Trevor Ariza ‘strongly denies’ allegations he abused his 12-year-old son: Reports

    Portland Trail Blazers’ forward Trevor Ariza has been accused of physically abusing his 12-year-old son and a judge has issued a temporary restraining order preventing Ariza from visiting the child, according to a reports.

    Ariza has “strongly denied,” the allegations, made by the mother of the child. The 35-year-old Ariza and Ariza’s ex-girlfriend, Lana Allen, have been engaged in a long-running custody dispute, according to tmz.com. Ariza claims Allen is trying to damage his relationship with his son and end visitation rights.


    According to the Associated Press, Allen alleges in court documents that Ariza punched his son in the arm and shoulder and put him in a choke hold on July 25 during a visit at Ariza’s home in Los Angeles. The documents called Ariza’s actions “inexcusable; a parent should never punch and choke their child for any reason.” The court documents also include a statement from the 12-year-old saying he fears his father and does not want to see him.


    Ariza’s response is the child’s mother has been manipulating him into making such statements and has tried to prevent him from testifying in custody hearings.


    Ariza says “what is occurring here is in fact [Allen’s] abuse of the minor child by her relentless, cruel loyalty conflict for [the child], alienation campaign and selfishly driven attempts to interfere in father and son’s relationship.” -- tmz.com


    Ariza opted out of playing with the Trail Blazers during the restart in the NBA bubble. Ariza said in court documents he made the decision to opt out so he could spend time with his son, whom he hadn’t seen since December.

    https://www.oregonlive.com/blazers/...ns-he-abused-his-12-year-old-son-reports.html
     

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