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    Baylor - suspensions

    Will there be suspensions on the women's team? Then entire starting lineup was already on the bench when they all ran out onto the court due to an altercation. Isn't leaving the bench an automatic suspension. Should be, but maybe I'm missing something.



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    Would be interesting if the ncaa ($$$) suspends Griner!



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    It is in the NBA. No idea about college.



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    Was a red card issued?



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    Quote Originally Posted by CYclist View Post
    Will there be suspensions on the women's team? Then entire starting lineup was already on the bench when they all ran out onto the court due to an altercation. Isn't leaving the bench an automatic suspension. Should be, but maybe I'm missing something.
    If no one saw it, did it really happen?



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    They said on the TV that they were ejected from this game, but they won't be suspended from the next game.



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    Schrodinger's basketball game?



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneNation18 View Post
    They said on the TV that they were ejected from this game, but they won't be suspended from the next game.
    They said that on TV, but if you've watched much of the women's game, you'll realize that the worst thing about the game is the fact that the officials don't have a clue. The bad officiating makes it almost unwatchable. I don't know the rule for women leaving the bench, as it probably rarely happens. Just because the O's on the court said that doesn't mean it is the correct rule.



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    I wouldn't blame officiating on the reason why women's basketball is un watchable.



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    Quote Originally Posted by CyCrazy View Post
    I wouldn't blame officiating on the reason why women's basketball is un watchable.
    For Basketball purists, the Women's game is more watchable....imo

    they pass better to open players, better spacing, ball screens that actually work, they box out, hit free throws, do a lot of fundamentals better than the more Athletic Men's version....



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    Quote Originally Posted by coachdags View Post
    For Basketball purists, the Women's game is more watchable....imo

    they pass better to open players, better spacing, ball screens that actually work, they box out, hit free throws, do a lot of fundamentals better than the more Athletic Men's version....
    Do they shoot into peach baskets?



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    What the hell even happened? I wasn't watching for obvious reasons.



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    "When anyone other than the head coach leaves the bench
    and enters the playing court but does not participate in the
    fight, only one technical foul shall be assessed regardless of
    the number of offenders. This one foul is charged indirectly
    to the head coach. For any single flagrant 2 technical foul,
    the ball shall be awarded to the offended team at the point of
    interruption. When a single flagrant 2 technical foul occurs
    during intermission for the second or extra period, play shall
    resume with a throw-in to the offended team on either side of
    midcourt. This flagrant 2 technical foul applies toward the
    team-foul total, and the offender(s) shall be ejected but not
    subjected to suspension."

    No suspension.



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    I hate Griner i don't think she is that talented. All she has is height.



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    Re: Baylor - suspensions

    Quote Originally Posted by coachdags View Post
    For Basketball purists, the Women's game is more watchable....imo

    they pass better to open players, better spacing, ball screens that actually work, they box out, hit free throws, do a lot of fundamentals better than the more Athletic Men's version....
    Men do all those things, and they do them in a way that isn't terrible to watch, which is a bonus.



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