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Banning people from services based on their race or nationality is discrimination and unlawful.When Washington knocked of Kansas at Sprint Center last Wednesday night, the Huskies ripped off a wild celebration in the Sprint Center locker room that left head coach Mike Hopkins soaking wet and smiling.In addition to a wild trip home with lots of smiles, hugs and high fives for everyone, the 9-0 Sun Devils, who are poised for a big jump in the polls, were greeted by a big crowd when they returned to campus in Phoenix on Sunday night.Fans first began flocking to the ASU basketball facilities a couple of hours after the game went final and they stayed until long after the players had hopped off of the bus.Doing so proved to be the ultimate tip of the cap to Kansas.
But Mr Papiewski argued the ban on an entire race of people was wholly disproportionate, and only a small number of people prosecuted for breaking angling rules come from Eastern Europe.
He said: 'When I first saw it I thought of my ten-year-old son who loves angling.
How could I say to him, 'You can't fish here because your dad was born in Poland?
While each offered their unique insight into something that has been pretty rare during recent years, none of them talked about a celebration quite as charged up as the one the Sun Devils delivered from the moment the final buzzer sounded to the time they turned the lights out on Sunday night.
While the aftermath of their big win might seem like overkill to Kansas fans who don't really celebrate that way until NCAA Tournament time, it's worth noting because it shows not only how ASU is a team on the rise but also how fortunate the KU program has become.