High School Player Pulls Her Defender To The Ground By Her Hair Causing Concussion
© Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
During a basketball game in Ohio between Bellevue and Norwalk high schools last weekend, a Belllevue player is seen pulling the hair of the defender after her shot sending her to the ground...




Per TMZ...
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The Bellevue player was not called for a foul during the game, but was later suspended one game for her actions.

Now, the Norwalk player's dad is speaking out on the incident ... saying his daughter is still recovering with a severe concussion and needs a brain scan to make sure there isn't any internal bleeding. He claims his daughter is experiencing neck pain, a headache and blurred vision.
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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She was just showing her how her paw paw do this to her in the bed
Reply7 days
Thug
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Open you eyes ref. OMG
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Culture
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both refs should be fired immediately.
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I would have been beating her dads ass
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The bad thing was it looks like 2 referees are looking straight at her and didn't do anything.
Reply7 days
That attendance was better than most WNBA games.
Reply8 days
Nothing wrong with a little hustle.
Reply8 days
Should be kicked off of team.
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I don’t get this kind of shite. Never have. Play the game. Compete. Does she think no one sees her actions??
Reply8 days
She shouldn't every play again for that school
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White trash
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White trash
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wtf is wrong with white people
Reply8 days
They are learning it from other cultures since it has been normalized.
7 days
don't act like its just white people doing this. There is every race that has shitty people like this.
4 days
Flop
Reply8 days
T her up and move on. Should not be anything more.
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Idiot
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Sue.
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Culcha
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BB is for tPOS
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