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MisterAmazing 02-24-2013 03:37 PM

Dallas-LA refs perfect example of rules ruining the NBA
 
I believe there was a thread earlier of why true dominant centers are going extinct. Here it is! Refs are too quick to call fouls at the slightest hint of physicality. There were several foul calls in the game today where there was little to no contact. I was genuinely surprised there was no foul at the end when Vince Carter jumped by Kobe on that jumpshot. Quite a shame because guys like Shaq, Hakeem, Wilt and such would take on three or four guys in the paint with their physical abilities and post skills to get those two points. Sure, they would get their fair share of foul calls, but that's when guys were jumping on them! Nowadays one way or another there would be a foul called every time someone jumps in the post, it's ridiculous. Why develop a post game when you can simply jump in the paint and get two shots? It saddens me that with the game the way it is now, we won't be seeing true dominance on the block like those legends.

Rant over

tazb 02-24-2013 03:51 PM

Re: Dallas-LA refs perfect example of rules ruining the NBA
 
Repped.

albas89 02-24-2013 03:56 PM

Re: Dallas-LA refs perfect example of rules ruining the NBA
 
Says the man with Ron Artest on his team... smh

MisterAmazing 02-24-2013 04:31 PM

Re: Dallas-LA refs perfect example of rules ruining the NBA
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by albas89
Says the man with Ron Artest on his team... smh


for one, i dont see how that any relevance. yes his egregious fouls are punished deservedly, but at an overall view the nba is just too soft and referees are too whistle happy, and that's ruining one of the best parts of the game. doesn't matter if you like the celtics, lakers, bobcats, mavericks, heat, it's true. although i'll save the heat-referee relationship talk for another thread :rockon:

tomtucker 02-24-2013 06:19 PM

Re: Dallas-LA refs perfect example of rules ruining the NBA
 
too many fouls are called in the NBA ........and Tīs are given just becoz you say something or wave your arms in disgust.........:rolleyes:

Locked_Up_Tonight 02-24-2013 06:55 PM

Re: Dallas-LA refs perfect example of rules ruining the NBA
 
A fan of a team that had Shaq should never complain about the officials rewarding players. He was the epitome of lowering your shoulder and getting two free throws.

Now Dwight does the same thing.

ZenMaster 02-24-2013 06:57 PM

Re: Dallas-LA refs perfect example of rules ruining the NBA
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Locked_Up_Tonight
A fan of a team that had Shaq should never complain about the officials rewarding players. He was the epitome of lowering your shoulder and getting two free throws.

Now Dwight does the same thing.


Dwight gets hacked and have his arms pulled in the paint probably more than any player in the league.

gtfomyface 02-24-2013 07:58 PM

Re: Dallas-LA refs perfect example of rules ruining the NBA
 
dwight is always getting pushed and held and never gets calls for it, but the slightest touch from dwight gets called for an offensive foul, must be frustrating for him to be reffed that way lol

Noof 02-24-2013 08:12 PM

Re: Dallas-LA refs perfect example of rules ruining the NBA
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Locked_Up_Tonight
A fan of a team that had Shaq should never complain about the officials rewarding players. He was the epitome of lowering your shoulder and getting two free throws.

Now Dwight does the same thing.

Dwight is getting legitimately hit out there. That's why he has this nagging shoulder injury. Guys keep hitting his arm and reaggravating the injury.


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