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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by mdalby, Feb 12, 2018.
Wow, did not know that NBA refs actually has a twitter account and actually respond to tweets and admit making the wrong call on twitter...
Still - that was a pretty damn impressive play to finish that shot.
It's a reverse layup. They are routine in the NBA. He made it much easier on himself by pushing Rudy out of the way.
There is nothing routine about finishing ANYTHING with Gobert lurking. You should be fract'd for seeming to claim otherwise.
Tweets not loading for me. Is it the play where Rudy got elbowed in the neck?
Tweet not loading for me either. Yeah, that must've been it and it was very blatant. Could have been a flagrant foul because it was in the head area (neck) -- adam's apple
Does Rudy still get fined for the T?
I saw another wicked hack by CJ in which he nearly took Donovan's head off when they were pressing full court.
Gobert wasn't lurking, He knew where Gobert was. Because he just knocked him out of the way giving himself a simple reverse layup, with nobody left to challenge the shot.
Yes and he should. The tech was for complaining in a way that was not respectful to the ref or the game. He was right to complain, wrong in how he did it.
Maybe but they should also assess CJ a flagrant foul. That was a dangerous elbow and should not be tolerated.
I agree. A player should not be able to get away with a play that puts someone else at risk. If it is not called in the game it should be assessed following review.
uh, yeah, I get that. I was contesting the idea that a reverse layup is somehow routine when Gobert is anywhere in the vicinity. Emmk.
You'd be wrong. If you know where the guy is and move him out of the way it becomes routine. It's why they teach you as a kid to go at a shot blocker instead of shoot over him. In this case he completely removed Gobert from the equation.
nope. You're wrong.
I used to dunk (humiliation-style) over fools like you. so I know 100% you're wrong.
LOL, your cracking me up keep going.
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