Amazing call last night

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    Amazing call last night

    http://nba.si.com/2013/05/30/chris-andersen-tyler-hansbrough-miami-heat-indiana-pacers-shove-fight-push/

    How did Chris Anderson not get a Flagrant 2 on his knock down of Hansbrough??  Perhaps it gets reevaluated and upgraded so he misses game 6....but he should have missed the rest of last nights game too...  Bad call again by the refs imo..

    Also, how the heck does Hansbrough get a "T" on that ??? 

    Big play as it swung points and manpower... the correct call by the refs could have changed the entire game, nobody knows for sure but that was another instance of the refs blunder (intentional or not) which may have changed the momentum and outcome of the game.

     
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    I didn't watch the game since I dislike Miami and won't watch any of their games.  Even though I didn't watch the game I would conclude that the officials did whatever they could to make sure that Miami won the game. 

     
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    That was pretty bad Karl. I keep saying it, the Heat are the dirtiest team in the league. And I am tied of announcers not admitting it. They are such wussies. That deserved ejection and removal from game 6.

     
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    Re: Amazing call last night

    In response to Karllost's comment:

    http://nba.si.com/2013/05/30/chris-andersen-tyler-hansbrough-miami-heat-indiana-pacers-shove-fight-push/

    How did Chris Anderson not get a Flagrant 2 on his knock down of Hansbrough??  Perhaps it gets reevaluated and upgraded so he misses game 6....but he should have missed the rest of last nights game too...  Bad call again by the refs imo..

    Also, how the heck does Hansbrough get a "T" on that ??? 

    Big play as it swung points and manpower... the correct call by the refs could have changed the entire game, nobody knows for sure but that was another instance of the refs blunder (intentional or not) which may have changed the momentum and outcome of the game.



    Karllost,

    Agree with you except for "...intentional or not.." part. The refs reviewed the whole episode - so it was intentional 

    AK

     
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    The worst part was that the announcers all agreed that if Hansboro just flopped, they probably would have kicked Anderson out of the game.

     

    The Bird clearly flagrently fouled Hansboro, but also pushed him TWICE and as hard as Lebobo got pushed. Hansboro is just tougher than LBJ I guess

     
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    That was total crap. Hansbrough did nothing to warrant a T, and Anderson should have  been tossed from the game. Utter nonsense.

     

     
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    That play was not only intentional, it was by design.  Miami, looking to establish a momentum shift at home, once again commits a dirty foul (third of the series).  

    Anderson should not only have been tossed, he should have been suspended for game 6 without delay. Hansbrough shouldn't have been give a T.  Play is being looked into today, but that's kind of the point these days:  Commit the foul and let the league sort it out the next day.  Miami got what it wanted out of that "exchange".  Indy should let Hansbrough return the favor.  Better still, if it comes down to a blowout game in Miami's favor, turn Hibbert loose on Anderson. 

    Refs need to be held accountable for their calls in equal proportion to the players.  It's a bull**** play, call, and consequence.  Helped turn the tide in that series, too.  So those out there saying that Miami doesn't get the refs' benefits, please.  It's a joke.  Their "giveback" was fouling LeFraud out of a game that was pretty much over.

    On the other hand, if Indy can start to make some layups...

     
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    Gets me when these lame announcers on TV surely see what we see and play deaf, dumb & blind...

    At least Barkley called it a joke.

    Guys like Hubie Brown, who I like alot..other than he never sees things different from the refs...ever, no matter how obvious a bad call. The NBA must have a gag rule to some degree on these guys.... or they fear they wont be hired back.

     

     
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    Re: Amazing call last night

    to be fair the announcers DID say aloud :

     

    why was Mohammed exected fomr the gaem immediately for pushin "the King" a few games back, and Chris " Child porn man" anderson was just given a T?

     

    PS: they didn;t say "child porn man" I added that because I have a good memory about that perve.

    in fact maybe the Pacers need call him 'Child porn man" all game next game and see what happens. ( where is KG when you need him).

     

     

     

     
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    I think Kerr and Miller slurp on the HEAT and Bron way too much. Maybe it's because they secretly want to pump up Bron more than MJ. MJ did punch Kerr and MJ is also the reason Miller couldn't win a title or make as many All Star games.

     
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    In response to Karllost's comment:

    Gets me when these lame announcers on TV surely see what we see and play deaf, dumb & blind...

    At least Barkley called it a joke.

    Guys like Hubie Brown, who I like alot..other than he never sees things different from the refs...ever, no matter how obvious a bad call. The NBA must have a gag rule to some degree on these guys.... or they fear they wont be hired back.

     



    Barkley picked the Pacers to win this series.   I am not surprised that he called it a joke. 

     
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    I think the biggest play of the night was when the ball clearly went out of bounds off a HEAT player and they gave it back to the HEAT...RA then drains a 3. Big swing.

    How Birdman didn't get tossed is still perplexing.

     
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    Didn't any of you guys see who the head referee was? It was DWade's boy, Danny Crawford! He ain't calling any S. Chicago homeboys team players for any flagrant 2's. I'm surprised that Hansbro didn't get tossed for taking the intentional elbow to the melon. WWE ain't got squat on the NBA. Proof was last year when DWade straight up slapped Rondo in the face with DC looking right at it, from less than a foot away and he didn't even call a personal foul let alone a Flagrant 1 and a flagrant two is completely out of the realm of possibilities.DSSBD's

     
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    What about the out of bounds call! The ball goes off of Lebron - the refs give the ball back to the Heat - RA hits a 3! 5-point swing simply because the refs are not objective and or they just plain suck!

     
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    In response to BirdLewsBias' comment:

    I think Kerr and Miller slurp on the HEAT and Bron way too much. Maybe it's because they secretly want to pump up Bron more than MJ. MJ did punch Kerr and MJ is also the reason Miller couldn't win a title or make as many All Star games.




    Pretty certain Miller wants the Pacers to win.

     
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    In response to BirdLewsBias' comment:

    I think the biggest play of the night was when the ball clearly went out of bounds off a HEAT player and they gave it back to the HEAT...RA then drains a 3. Big swing.

    How Birdman didn't get tossed is still perplexing.



    That was the play Lebron lost it off his hip. Horrible call. Replay needs to happen if you are going to miss that call. Got to get it right. Replay should happen at anytime in a game. That miss was a 5 point swing with the Pacers only being down 8 and would have gotten the ball back if called correctly. Potential to cut it to 5. That is huge.

     
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    Holy horse bleep the NBA has decided that the Flagrant one warrants a 1 game suspension! See ya in game 7!!

     
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    In response to sportsbozo1's comment:

    Holy horse bleep the NBA has decided that the Flagrant one warrants a 1 game suspension! See ya in game 7!!



    I just heard about this on ESPN.  The Pacers should win game 6 at home. 

     
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    Re: Amazing call last night

    In response to BCSP's comment:

    What about the out of bounds call! The ball goes off of Lebron - the refs give the ball back to the Heat - RA hits a 3! 5-point swing simply because the refs are not objective and or they just plain suck!




    Amen!! that was the call that totally changed the game. Basketball is the easiest game to fix dueb to the overall number of plays and types of fouls and possesion turnovers. FTA's have zero to do with whether a game is being "enhanced". How many fouls what players have at what point in the game,how many possesions at certain stages of the game and when a team goes into the penalty all are huge factors in "enhancement" . You would with the repeated scandals involving criminal gambling and officiating one wouls Stern would be more of regulator than enabler.

     
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