Raymond Taylor and Eloy Vargas miss out on loss to Pace

The Perfect Rotation was anything but on Tuesday night as Pace HS defeated American Heritage 94-70. Florida Gators signee Ray Shipman (29 points) and Kenny Boynton (44 points) led their teams in the scoring column. Don’t miss Tuesday’s webisode as The Perfect Rotation goes behind the scenes to see how the Patriots handled the surprise no shows by their starting point guard and center.

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One Response to Raymond Taylor and Eloy Vargas miss out on loss to Pace

  1. Mark says:

    To Raymond and Eloy,

    Would Michael Jordan forsake his team in the midst of an important game (battle) to show his discontent for the opponent? The answer is no he would want to score 80 points on them!

    In fact, if you believe that your actions were justified, I respectfully disagree.

    As a team member, your obligation is to each member who suits up to battle. If Pace is the enemy in your mind, then go and play the best game of your life. I realize that you both are young men. However, you must know that you displayed a selfish character, which in the real world is unacceptable in any sport.

    Your team members fought with honor and dignity while you were home satisfying personal gripes within yourselves. Boynton is the leader! Although he sided with you, he played and showed his fortitude, mindset, and loyalty to the team.

    What would happen if soldiers in the military used their personal discontent for external stimuli as an excuse not to fight and defend this country?

    I applaud the school for taking action against both of you, it was well deserved! And if you believe in your heart that your actions were justified, then you are just a couple of basketball players, nothing special.

    Learn from this and cultivate a spirit that forgives.
    Learn from this and cultivate a killer mindest in competition, which has no room for personal issues.
    And lastly, empty yourselves and be humble!
    You are young human beings and not superkids!

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