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Getty Tommy Baldwin has made very strong comments about Kyle Busch.

A former NASCAR team owner is not happy about a moment from Throwback Weekend. Tommy Baldwin has made some very blunt comments about Kyle Busch leaving his car parked on pit road after a wreck with Brad Keselowski.

“Well, I’ve said it before on my social media and I’ll say it again, Kyle Busch is a little b****.

Plain and simple. He is,” Baldwin told the hosts of “Door Bumper Clear” for the May 9 episode.

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Kyle Busch Parks Car on Pit RoadSpotters Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft are joined by former NASCAR Cup Series team owner, crew chief and NASCAR Hall of Fame voting panelist Tommy Baldwin Jr. The four of them dive into Kyle Busch left his parked car on pit road at the garage entrance and walked off after getting collected in…2022-05-12T16:00:34Z

“If it wasn’t for his talent, there would be no sponsor and no owner that would let him drive a race car. He’s just so far off-base on what he does and how he does it. All he did yesterday was disrupt the race. He could have turned into that garage, without a problem.”

Baldwin, who ran a Cup Series team that made 425 starts, continued by comparing the two members of the Busch family. Baldwin said that the person who “fixed” Kurt Busch should do the same thing with Kyle.

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Bubba Wallace’s Spotter Provided a Possible Explanation for the Move

GettyKyle Busch (left) and Bubba Wallace (right) talk during qualifying.

The hosts of “Door Bumper Clear” and their guest did not agree with Busch’s decision to leave the wrecked stock car parked on pit road instead of driving back to the garage. Though Freddie Kraft, the spotter for Bubba Wallace, provided a possible explanation for the move.

“We are critical of Kyle Busch, obviously, and Kyle Busch has the ability to be a complete a****** at times,” Kraft said. “Sometimes, his attitude is very calculated. If you remember, last year he got fined $50,000 for driving through the cones and almost hitting a person as he pulled into the garage. So in his mind, this is what his response was to NASCAR.

“Where as mad as he was at this point, he’s still thinking back to last year where, ‘You know what? They fined me for hitting those cones, they fined me for driving to the garage. You know what? I’m going to park this thing right here, and I’m going to get out, and you can come get it.'”

Kraft continued and brought up any potential repercussions for the move. He said that NASCAR has to do something due to Busch blocking part of pit road with his car and making the other drivers circle the track for multiple extra laps.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Provided Another Opinion

"Big freakin' deal. He parked his car on pit road and got out."

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Busch leaving his car parked on pit road was one of the biggest stories from the weekend at Darlington, so there was no shortage of opinions about it. Dale Earnhardt Jr. also weighed in during Episode 381 of “The Dale Jr. Download” and covered multiple aspects of the situation.

The Hall of Famer first said that nobody knows the extent of the damage suffered in the wreck. He said that Busch possibly knew that it would have taken a seven-point turn to get the car turned and into the garage. Earnhardt then continued and compared the situation to moments from earlier points of Busch’s career. He wanted to know why Busch got a pass for other actions but not for parking his car.

“I don’t think it’s any crazier than anything else he’s ever done,” Earnhardt said. “This is kind of the norm, in my opinion. I’m kind of used to… this doesn’t affect me. This doesn’t bother me. You come to expect it.

“Of course, parking your car in the middle of pit road is not good, but it’s because Kyle Busch did it that it doesn’t bother me. He does these things, and this is the way Kyle is. And I’ll be honest, everybody has let me off the hook his entire career.”

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Heats Kyle Lowry misses Sunday practice ahead of conference finals

Veteran Heat guard Kyle Lowry did not practice Sunday after missing the final two games of the Eastern Conference semifinals with a hamstring injury, Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said.

“He was doing things on the side, things of that nature,” Spoelstra said. “I don’t have an update on him.”

Lowry played in only two of Miami’s six games against Philadelphia, and three of the Heat’s first-round matchup against the Hawks.

Miami is 6-0 in playoff games without Lowry so far this postseason. Victor Oladipo and Gabe Vincent have done an admirable job filling in for the injured Lowry. Oladipo has averaged 11.4 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists in the postseason this year, while Vincent has averaged 7.5 points, 2.4 rebounds and 3.5 assists.

Miami will face either Boston or Milwaukee in the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals on Tuesday at FTX Arena in Miami.

Mourning praises Spoelstra’s ‘masterpiece’

Heat legend and Basketball Hall of Famer Alonzo Mourning was inducted into the Jason Taylor Community Hall of Fame on Saturday, and he had kind words for someone who will likely join him in the Basketball Hall of Fame.

“Hands down, [Spoelstra is] one of the best ever,” Mourning said. “He’s had some excellent teachers. His father, obviously, Pat Riley. He’s had some excellent teachers. He’s just utilizing what he’s been taught and he’s incorporating his knowledge the game, as well, his own personal knowledge.

“And he’s created a masterpiece. He really has. And the beauty of it is that guys respond to him. One of the hardest things about coaching is to get 12, 15 guys — especially in basketball — to do what you ask them to do. You do it hard, you do it right. And Spo has the ability to do that, to get through to these guys and to get them to produce out there on the court.”

Mourning has worked in the Heat front office as the vice president of player programs for 11 seasons, and he said he and the rest of the organization are proud of what the team has accomplished so far this season.

“I know I speak for all the coaches and our management: We’re very proud of our guys,” Mourning said. “They know they’ve still got a lot more work to do. So we want to take these couple of days and try to figure out who we’re going to match up with. Guys are in the lab, they’re working, getting themselves ready for the next round.”

Spoelstra not into social media

Winning a pair of NBA championships and leading this year’s team to the conference finals doesn’t leave a lot of time to fire off tweets.

Spoelstra’s Twitter account has more than 34,000 followers but only one post: a tweet from October 7, 2010 that says, “Great Training Camp, fired up for the season.”

Spoelstra said Sunday that he didn’t even send that tweet.

“It was my brother-in-law,” Spoelstra said. “He set up my Twitter account and said, ‘Hey, you’re going to need to do this at some point.’ We were in Hawaii. He set up the account and then, whenever that was, before the season. … He thought it was the funniest thing ever.”

Although he is not an active poster, Spoelstra said he does appreciate what the team’s social media team does.

“I get stuff from the staff when they find something really funny,” Spoelstra said. “People will be passing around their phones and laughing at it. I think we have a super creative group. They have earned the trust of everybody in that building. … It’s cool. It’s great for fan engagement. Our players love it. We all are slowly coming around to that.”

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