Ideas for avoiding technicals

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  1. kingcy

    kingcy Well-Known Member

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    The conference must have sent out a memo to refs that do conference games about cleaning up the yelling and celebrating of players.
     
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    That's pretty much it, in a nutshell. KU got a couple of breaks down the stretch, iffy-foul on Baylor, and a no-call on defense, but for the most part, it was a BU meltdown.
     
  3. allfourcy

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    Once Baylor got that 6 pt. lead I thought, good its time KU loses a game down the stretch this season at home. (Could have easily lost to KState and/or ISU) but then they outscore Baylor 9-0. Grrr. Wish they would have showed the replay of that 3rd to last possession when Baylor's #22 endured a lot of contact going to the rim but no call. But maybe it was a block and I was bias on the outcome I wanted. Then (just like in our game) Newman gets easy drives to the bucket. I know I should just assume or respect that Self outcoaches everyone the last two minutes (like Fran Frinchilla suggests) but I swear they have to get the most breaks of any team I've watched.
     
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  4. 2020cy

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    Big 12=NFL. No Fun League.
     
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    Kind of thought it was interesting at TCU whenever JD Miller hit a 3 he would scream and beat his chest at whoever was on him, but Cam yells once and gets hit with a T.
     
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    That particular play where Baylor's McClure drove, he got absolutely mugged. Could not believe there was no foul called. Especially since that terribly weak And-1 call KU was gifted the play before.
     
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    LincolnWay187 Well-Known Member

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    How about just giving a Rick flair woo!!
     
  8. FinalFourCy

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    Refs calling a Big 12 game are compensated well enough to be consistent and competent, which they are not.
     
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    [QUOTE="madguy30, post: 6010429, member: 13228" One second of celebrating a bucket can lead to points real quick in today's game and that's been proven a few times by ISU.[/QUOTE]

    I agree - it seems at times it distracts him from quickly shifting to defense and slows him down slightly. Love his emotion and energy; he'll grow to be a great player both physically and emotionally.
     
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    Both those Ts on Cam are ridiculous. There are tons of situations throughout each game where a player celebrates a play. Now we expect the Big 12 refs to fairly discriminate between acceptable celebration and over celebration. That is crazy.

    If we are taking it that far, I think the 360 dunk by the Tech player was an over zealous celebration of his steal.
     
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  11. brycy

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    I think Drake's McGlynn is just as passionate but he yells and flexes going away from the basket, not looking back towards players. If Cam would do that I think he would be fine. I am probably in the minority but thought he deserved both T's. My wife says I am overly sensitive, so who knows. Act like you have been there.

    I think stepping over a player on the floor or football field should be a penalty also.
     
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    Do you also have problems with children getting on your lawn?
     
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    Nope. Live in the country, very few kids and I have a dog. Just think if he is going to yell, don't face the opposing team in a stare down. If Azibuke did it towards Lard we would all want a T. He usually just goes to the other end of the court.

    I think with all the intensity we will eventually see more fights and punches thrown in basketball due high emotions and taunting or perceived taunting.
     
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    True. They should step on them. Stepping over them is insulting. Stepping on them is just plain rude...
     
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    It would be one thing if he turned to do it, but he does it in a natural direction depending on the play. There is a clear difference between taunting which deserves a T and celebrating a play which is what Lard does.
     
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    Yep. Those are the 2 plays I referenced above. Couldn't remember if those came back-to-back or not. I'm not sure which call was more questionable -- probably the and-1, the non-call on Baylor's drive was a lot of contact, maybe was OK to let it go, but they had been calling fouls more closely, seemed inconsistent with that, as a let 'em play decision.
     
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    You may very well be right, but if that's how the officials will call it, why don't they share this position with Coach Prohm when he asked for clarification?
     
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    Mad Fran is doing a video on "How to Avoid a Technical Foul." Should be a best seller as it is actually a fully illustrated autobiography.
     
  20. VeloClone

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    I have yet to see the game that Cam scored multiple buckets where he only yelled once.
     
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