As promised, the Vengeance Scale. A few quick primers ...
Onto the Vengeance Scale, from 0.0 (least vengeful) to 10.0 (most vengeful). And remember, the whole reason we're doing this is to figure out where Angry Shaq fits in. Anyway ...
0.0 -- Rocky Balboa beating up Tommy Gunn.
(Note: This was disqualified because "Rocky 5" never happened.)
0.1 -- O.J. Simpson's valiant attempt to find the "real killers."
0.2 -- The rest of the Rockets after Rudy Tomjanovich was clocked by Kermit Washington ... the rest of the Yankees after Pedro threw down Don Zimmer ... the rest of the Dodgers after Juan Marichal swung his bat against John Roseboro's head ... Rangers fans after the Bruins charged into the stands at MSG in 1979.
0.3 -- The immortal Frankie Williams after Roddy Piper cleaned his clock on "Piper's Pit."
0.4 -- KG's reaction to Anthony Peeler's elbow to the stomach in the 2004 Playoffs ... Kurt Rambis' reaction to getting clothes-lined by Kevin McHale in the '84 playoffs.
0.5 -- Marvin Hagler disappearing to Italy after losing the Leonard fight ... the '91 Pistons storming off the court before the end of the Bulls series.
0.6 -- Vin Baker after getting waived by the Celtics ... Shawn Kemp after getting traded from Seattle ... Drew Bledsoe after leaving the Patriots ... Emmitt Smith after getting dumped by the Cowboys ... Dominique Wilkins after getting traded by the Hawks.
0.7 -- Marty Jannetty after being thrown through a plate-glass window by Shawn Michaels ... Robin Ventura charging the mound against Nolan Ryan.
0.8 -- Mike Piazza's reaction after Clemens threw the bat at him in the 2000 World Series.
0.9 -- Shawn Estes' attempted plunking of Clemens the following summer.