Commenting Guidelines

Commenting Guidelines

We value everyone’s comments and contributions to the BSB community and want to make sure everyone’s comments are added to the posts.  We don’t moderate comments as you post them, but do reserve the right to edit or remove offensive, inflammatory, insulting or derogatory remarks.

In recent weeks, we have had several commenters’ posts caught in the filter due to the inclusion of hyperlinks.  Our software has a built in filter for spamming sites and the like to keep virus-ridden hyperlinks out of the comments section.  Unfortunately, this is not a feature we can turn off and this is not the type of content the filter has caught recently.  We enjoy and encourage you folks to send us links to informative sites, which either shed light on an issue that is being discussed, disputes erroneous information, or just simply educates our readership on this great game of ours.

Most importantly, we promote and value engaged discussion in this community. Everyone has their own opinion, and we encourage you to post yours whenever you want. That said, we will not tolerate abuse of others. If you disagree with someone, do so respectfully. There will be no name calling, just point-and-counter-point discussion. If you do not follow this point, you will be banned.

We are always looking for ways to improve the blog experience for you, our valued readers, and we don’t want to see your comments caught in the filter when they are adding quality substance to our discussions.  Please feel free to email us with any questions, comments or suggestions.

One thought on “Commenting Guidelines

  • Oct 25, 2016 at 10:10 pm

    I like the current coach, but his he the coach that will bring this team to the level of success of ’94? It’s not in his DNA. I think Gordon has done a fine job, clearly a great deal of thought has been exercised in putting the pieces together. Now perhaps another trade or two and bring Messier in to complete the transformation.


Comment Rules: Keep it civil when you disagree and do so politely. Thank you for adding to the conversation.