- May 9, 2013
- AFL Club
- West Coast
Wild lmfao, a few bad decisions cost them a 10 point lead but Donovan reverting back to his 2nd year shot chucking didn't?Refs, thought that’d be pretty obvious
That might be right with the moving screens but that's most big men though that get away with it let's be honest.They got some rough calls but i am not copping Gobert having another wine when the guy gets away with 73 moving screens per game.
They also melted hard, Mitchell chucked big time late and the double tech for arguing is on him. That game was still totally winnable and they threw it away.
I'm not saying that mate read my post again.Did the refs help them give up multiple 10+ point leads?
Embiid is the MVP. That’s the difference between two very even teams. Not the refs.
1:30 as in the tech? Because refs are soft everyone knows that, do the NBA need to step in? Yep totally agree.That might be right with the moving screens but that's most big men though that get away with it let's be honest.
If you kindly skip to 1:30 you'll see why they are pissed not saying the 76ers shouldn't have won game was going either way but the officiating needs to be looked at ASAP. Sidenote I'm dreading the new on the mark rule I think the AFL umpiring will try to catch the NBA refereeing softness standard wise.
No the foul on Embiid, but still the tech is soft my god montrezl harrell got t'd up for screaming "and one" like wtf seriously.1:30 as in the tech? Because refs are soft everyone knows that, do the NBA need to step in? Yep totally agree.
However we all know they are soft, don’t chat sh*t to them and they can’t T you up.
I have no problem with the fans thinking the Jazz were hard done by, fans are passionate and aren’t directly involved in the game.
But when Mitchell puts up 33 points on 34 shots and claims it was the refs that lost them the game I lose a little respect for him.
As for the umps I won’t blame them this year, all blame will be on Hocking.
So Tatum or Brown? in there or multiple firsts?The Boston Celtics have trade interest in Jerami Grant.
Grant is averaging 23.4 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.9 assists in a breakout season with the Detroit Pistons.
Grant signed a three-year, $60 million contract with the Pistons in the offseason.
The Celtics could build a trade package for Grant around their $28.5 million traded player exception.
Good luck with that
If Brooklyn can get a decent big man in a trade or buyouts then it’s all over. Embiid would need to score 50 for Philly to have any chance, and I don’t think his body would hold up at all lolMatch up very well on nets and lakers in theory ...
New shaq. Embiid.
Goat defender. Ben.
Thybulle. Green. Elite wings defensively