Holy Family Basketball Player Who Was Shoved by His Coach Arrested for Stealing Beers at CBP

Holy Family Basketball Player Who Was Shoved by His Coach Arrested for Stealing Beers at CBP
April 7, 2011, 1:17 pm
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For the second time in 2011, 19-year-old Matt Kravchuk's name is in the news. First, he pursued legal action against his basketball coach at Holy Family University after a wildly publicized incident involving the coach knocking him to the floor during practice. Now, MyFoxPhilly reports that Kravchuk was arrested yesterday at Citizens Bank Park for attempting to steal two beers from a concession stand. Take that, people who think you can't make a name for yourself in a basketball program even locals barely know exists. J. Walter Weatherman says, "And that is why you never shove your players on camera, and why you don't steal beers at the Phillies game." [MyFoxPhilly, via @meechone]

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