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NBA rescinds flagrant foul on Glen Davis

Posted by Gary Washburn Globe Staff  January 13, 2010 08:47 PM

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Turns out that Doc Rivers was right, Glen Davis did not foul Marvin Williams flagrantly during the third quarter of Monday's 102-96 loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The league just rescinded the flagrant foul and that was the reason Rivers blew his top and was ejected, a sequence that changed the game in Atlanta's favor.

The rescinding means Davis does not have a flagrant point on his record. A certain number of flagrant points can lead to a game suspension.

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