That was a terribly reffed game, Melvin fouling out on all ball wass one of the wrst calls I have ever seen. The guys arm was extended and the hand which he didnt touch is part of the ball so the only way there was a foul was if he would have grabbed the wrist which he didnt do.
I was surprised that they didnt call a foul at the end.
The refs were bad, but you have to take it in context. Their girlfriends all died today from leukemia which they got from being in a car wreck last month. We should applaud them even taking the floor tonight.
Originally Posted by Bill Walton
Think Oscar Wilde when he said, "every saint has a past, every sinner has a future." But also think Neil Young: the fork in the road, light a candle. Instead of cursing the darkness, let's light a candle for where we're going. This was fantastic for the world. We are better people for having been here. It was absolutely incredible. I'm inspired. I don't know when I'll ever sleep again.
The ref telling the WV player to get off the line on the inbounds play was also odd. The refs lost control of this game, then in true ref fashion called stupid fouls to try to get it cleaned up. I also thought you were to get a T if you jawed about a refs call. I thought when they looked at the last 3 they were going to come back and call a foul.
The gap in our economy is between what we have and what we think we ought to have--and that is a moral problem, not an economic one. - Paul Heyne
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