Offensive interference

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  1. BlazerBeliever

    BlazerBeliever Active Member

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    I was at the game last night and have not seen a replay on the crazy missed call on Lopez late in the 4th qtr IMO. I checked the game feed thread out and didn't see much talk there. What was the reason for not overturning the call?
     
  2. yenniedn

    yenniedn Transplanted Blazer Fan

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    Ball was still in the cylinder; not a missed call. It was the right call.
     
  3. SlyPokerDog

    SlyPokerDog Woof! Staff Member Administrator

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    On the replays they showed at the game it looked like a BS call.
     
  4. THE HCP

    THE HCP NorthEastPortland'sFinest

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    Good call.
     
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    THE HCP NorthEastPortland'sFinest

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    Had to remind coworkers it's an imaginary cylinder that straight up from the hoop. No part of the ball can be in it. Don't care if the ball is on it's way in it out, you can't touch it if any of the ball is in said cylinder. Good call. Unfortunately it was my angle the refs were looking at.
     
  6. SlyPokerDog

    SlyPokerDog Woof! Staff Member Administrator

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    What's the point having you around if you aren't going to cheat and edit the replay before sending it the officials?

    You really are a Laker fan, or a Buck fan.
     
  7. rasheedfan2005

    rasheedfan2005 Well-Known Member

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    Is there such thing as a buck fan?
     
  8. Strenuus

    Strenuus Global Moderator Staff Member Global Moderator

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    He's a Buckin Laker fan!
     
  9. dviss1

    dviss1 Emcee Referee

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    The rule was applied correctly. I have a problem with the rule and think it should be played like FIBA.
     
  10. illmatic99

    illmatic99 formerly yuyuza1

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    Agreed. FIBA has some great stuff the NBA can employ. Like for example, allowing handchecking, or the goaltend thing, or how they count assists. I think games would get more competitive.

    They're trying to pick up NBA things like the longer 3 and the rectangular key, why can't the NBA do the same?
     
  11. Eastoff

    Eastoff I admit it, I own a Meyers Jersey

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    I think you mean Trapezoid.
     
  12. maxiep

    maxiep RIP Dr. Jack

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    It sucked, but the officials got it right.
     
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    illmatic99 formerly yuyuza1

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