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Old 02-02-2007, 11:14 AM   #16
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Default Re: Amare calls out Ginobili

it obviously wasn't on purpose. that is how ginobili is so good and able to drive to the hoop without being blocked. it seems unfair, but it's smart on his part
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Old 02-02-2007, 11:26 AM   #17
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Of course it was done on purpose...you can see him making sure he creates space by using his foot like Karl in that other picture...he didn't mean to kick him in the balls but that's dangerous **** he could also injure people more seriously...his momentum gives that kick a lot of force.....

Those are the things that piss me off abut the Spurs other teams like my hapless Raps would get called for a offensive foul on that.
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Old 02-02-2007, 11:36 AM   #18
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he broke bell's rib. bell has had his dirty plays with kobe (he deserved it) and brad miller. but he at least doesnt play so out of control. manu plays dirty like a girl/
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Old 02-02-2007, 11:50 AM   #19
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I saw the game live and watched many replays (possibly more than usual per Kobe's suspension) and it looked completely unintentional.

Anyhoot, how well did both Amare and Ginobli play...just fantastic.
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Old 02-02-2007, 11:53 AM   #20
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His leg was out before he made contact.

leg out before contact...hmm, i believe that's called a kick

in this case, a kick to the nuts
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Old 02-02-2007, 12:04 PM   #21
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Default Re: Amare calls out Ginobili

Its similar to Kobe's suspension act against Ginobli. Kobe was trying to make contact with the defender in order to create a foul from a blocked shot, but "accidentally" hit floppy Manu in the process. Ginobli was also trying to make contact with Amare by extending his knee out. But unlike Kobe, floppy Manu got the call and to his favor.

I'd like to see what the league will do to Manu because I think it's just like what Kobe did.
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Old 02-02-2007, 12:29 PM   #22
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Stoudemire's eventful evening included a technical foul after a collision with Manu Ginobili with 9:07 remaining. Ginobili drove toward the basket, leaped to shoot and caught Stoudemire in the groin with a knee as Stoudemire delivered a hand to the Spurs guard's face.

Amazing how noone has mentioned this. Not that I'm a fan of how Manu plays, but Amare did get him in the head. And looking at the replay I don't think it was because of the knee. It seemed simultaneous.

Also, wouldn't you normally go right down and roll around on the floor as soon as you get hit? Not get up and go after the guy, get held back, yell, then roll around. Not that it didn't hurt, but looked like a bit of drama queen.
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Old 02-02-2007, 12:43 PM   #23
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Amazing how noone has mentioned this. Not that I'm a fan of how Manu plays, but Amare did get him in the head. And looking at the replay I don't think it was because of the knee. It seemed simultaneous.

Also, wouldn't you normally go right down and roll around on the floor as soon as you get hit? Not get up and go after the guy, get held back, yell, then roll around. Not that it didn't hurt, but looked like a bit of drama queen.

lol his reaction was a lil late...not sure why it was weird....but amare is far from a drama queen...
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Old 02-02-2007, 12:45 PM   #24
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Of course it was done on purpose...you can see him making sure he creates space by using his foot like Karl in that other picture...he didn't mean to kick him in the balls but that's dangerous **** he could also injure people more seriously...his momentum gives that kick a lot of force.....

Those are the things that piss me off abut the Spurs other teams like my hapless Raps would get called for a offensive foul on that.

When has the Raptors got called for an offensive foul similar to that play? Why compare the Raps to the Spurs? You want the same treatment? Win phucking games. How bout that?
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Also, wouldn't you normally go right down and roll around on the floor as soon as you get hit?

He's not D-Wade....:


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Old 02-02-2007, 12:53 PM   #26
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Amazing how noone has mentioned this. Not that I'm a fan of how Manu plays, but Amare did get him in the head. And looking at the replay I don't think it was because of the knee. It seemed simultaneous.

You know why it wasn't mentioned? Because that was a normal basketball motion. When trying to defend shots sometimes contact is made to the offensive player. It happens. What shouldnt happen is using your knee as a shield to the defender, then hitting him square in the nuts in the peak of both of your jumps.

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Also, wouldn't you normally go right down and roll around on the floor as soon as you get hit? Not get up and go after the guy, get held back, yell, then roll around. Not that it didn't hurt, but looked like a bit of drama queen.


Not sure how long its been since you've been hit in the balls, but just to explain the pain doesn't set in immediately. It almost teases you. You get a funny feeling in the pit of your stomach then a little later its like the sh*t over comes you. I really don't think he was being dramatic there.
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LMAO Stoudemire is the flopper he fell on the floor 1minute later after getting hit. I thought when you get hit in the balls it's an immediate effect, I guess there's a side effect for him.
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Old 02-02-2007, 01:19 PM   #28
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LMAO Stoudemire is the flopper he fell on the floor 1minute later after getting hit. I thought when you get hit in the balls it's an immediate effect, I guess there's a side effect for him.

You obviously never been hit in the sac before
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You obviously never been hit in the sac before
you obviously haven't. who gets hit and starts to fight the person that hit them and then 2 mins later is lying on the floor. I mean who does that?
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You know why it wasn't mentioned? Because that was a normal basketball motion. When trying to defend shots sometimes contact is made to the offensive player. It happens. What shouldnt happen is using your knee as a shield to the defender, then hitting him square in the nuts in the peak of both of your jumps.




Not sure how long its been since you've been hit in the balls, but just to explain the pain doesn't set in immediately. It almost teases you. You get a funny feeling in the pit of your stomach then a little later its like the sh*t over comes you. I really don't think he was being dramatic there.
Exactly, there is always that moment of anticipation before the pain sets in. Not to mention Amare probably had a lot of emotion and adrenalin running through him right then.

I'd be pissed too if someone gave me a knee to my nards too. Whenever I get hit there, I always have that few seconds to be pissed before I reall have to drop.
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