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lustsmith
12-16-2009, 07:58 PM
laker bucks game.

bogut was in perfect position and got there before bryant, and was not moving, just standing still way outside of the restricted area.

bryant spun and bump bogut, bogut fell, call on bogut instead.

3 point play for lakers

lakers ended up winning the game

discuss.



the bryant fan boys will now proceed to release his cock from their mouth to neg

PV40
12-16-2009, 08:00 PM
releasing cock from mouth to neg..

o wait, could have kep cock in mouth

DJS2
12-16-2009, 08:00 PM
there was also a call late in the game where odom clearly got fouled and it was never called. there were bad/good calls for both teams. it was a clutch shot and you are just a hater.

Mafioso76
12-16-2009, 08:01 PM
u mad????????????????

lustsmith
12-16-2009, 08:01 PM
there was also a call late in the game where odom clearly got fouled and it was never called. there were bad/good calls for both teams. it was a clutch shot and you are just a hater.

bad calls when its hard to tell is just that, a bad call.

bad calls when its obvious, soooooo obvious, shows that there is an agenda

how2quitdrinkin
12-16-2009, 08:04 PM
sorry son, but you cant rain on the Laker fans parade after Kobe hit ANOTHER GW.

Kobe must be part robot.

GPx
12-16-2009, 08:04 PM
You were listening to the Bucks announcers a little too much.

antec121
12-16-2009, 08:07 PM
bad calls when its hard to tell is just that, a bad call.

bad calls when its obvious, soooooo obvious, shows that there is an agenda

wow that game was really hard to watch after that blocking foul on the bucks. i dont care for either team but come on now. that is either a non call or a charge. this is what the nba has become and that is the reason why their ratings are so low.

Scorpion613
12-16-2009, 08:07 PM
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gswarrior510
12-16-2009, 08:09 PM
how about bucks learn how to shoot FT's?

chillster84
12-16-2009, 08:11 PM
how about bucks learn how to shoot FT's?

how about bucks learn how to get to the FT line. -16 tonight. look at past 15 games:

vs DAL: 11/17 17/22 -5
vs NJN: 11/13 22/25 -12
vs CHA: 17/21 26/43 -22
at MEM: 18/24 21/29 -5
at SAS: 9/14 22/26 -12
at NOH: 16/22 28/31 -9
at OKC: 20/22 26/35 -13
vs ORL: 13/17 14/25 -8
vs CHI: 11/21 27/33 -12
at WAS: 9/12 25/34 -22
at DET: 14/19 23/33 -14
vs CLE: 12/16 25/27 -11
at BOS: 17/19 22/31 -12
vs TOR: 24/28 25/33 -5
vs POR: 10/17 21/29 -12

Total: -174 FTA over 15 games. An average of 11.6 less FTA per game.

gswarrior510
12-16-2009, 08:14 PM
how about bucks learn how to get to the FT line. -16 tonight. look at past 15 games:

vs DAL: 11/17 17/22 -5
vs NJN: 11/13 22/25 -12
vs CHA: 17/21 26/43 -22
at MEM: 18/24 21/29 -5
at SAS: 9/14 22/26 -12
at NOH: 16/22 28/31 -9
at OKC: 20/22 26/35 -13
vs ORL: 13/17 14/25 -8
vs CHI: 11/21 27/33 -12
at WAS: 9/12 25/34 -22
at DET: 14/19 23/33 -14
vs CLE: 12/16 25/27 -11
at BOS: 17/19 22/31 -12
vs TOR: 24/28 25/33 -5
vs POR: 10/17 21/29 -12

Total: -174 FTA over 15 games. An average of 11.6 less FTA per game.

cry me a river

they shoot too many jumpers. Monta goes to the line less than jennings and he averages the most points in paint for a guard. All jennings does is floaters.

Propulsion
12-16-2009, 08:17 PM
how about bucks learn how to shoot FT's?

+1

could have iced the game twice but didn't

why so ez?
12-16-2009, 11:13 PM
mEYwmLDyy-8

by the way, check out :18-:20. bogut was shuffling his feet back as kobe bumped into him. he was not in perfect position sorry. continuation might have been iffy, but legitimate blocking foul.

*DH*
12-17-2009, 12:54 AM
Who cares? It's the bucks...

Otaman
12-17-2009, 03:42 AM
Who cares? It's the bucks...

exactry sir, that team wont even make the playoffs

Jennings got off to a hot start, but cooled off quickly and became a jumpshooter

ElMariachi
12-17-2009, 08:28 AM
mEYwmLDyy-8

by the way, check out :18-:20. bogut was shuffling his feet back as kobe bumped into him. he was not in perfect position sorry. continuation might have been iffy, but legitimate blocking foul.


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Are you new here?


You don't have to be standing still to draw a charge, look at where Bogut is positioned outside the circle and the fact that he did have solid position and got ran over should have made it a charge and at worst, a non-call.

slowdubbin68
12-17-2009, 08:48 AM
exactry sir, that team wont even make the playoffs

Jennings got off to a hot start, but cooled off quickly and became a jumpshooter

yea ok there buddy, they are way better then this raptors team we got here in tdot.

gswarrior510
12-17-2009, 09:27 AM
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Are you new here?


You don't have to be standing still to draw a charge, look at where Bogut is positioned outside the circle and the fact that he did have solid position and got ran over should have made it a charge and at worst, a non-call.

lmao you are an idiot. He had solid position AND was shuffling his feet? ain't that a bitch. That was a block and a travel after the call so he should've just shot 2 FT's.

Otaman
12-17-2009, 10:24 AM
yea ok there buddy, they are way better then this raptors team we got here in tdot.

this is sadly true

ElMariachi
12-17-2009, 12:22 PM
lmao you are an idiot. He had solid position AND was shuffling his feet? ain't that a bitch. That was a block and a travel after the call so he should've just shot 2 FT's.



Strong retard.


http://www.nba.com/analysis/rules_c.html?nav=ArticleList



Go learn the actual rules of basketball and talk later. Nobody has denied that it was a blown call by the refs. Even on ESPN they talked about it being a clearly blown call.
Bogut had solid position in front of Kobe and Kobe ran him right over.



Here's a newsflash genius. The defender can be moving and it CAN STILL be a charge if they had center position outside the circle. Offensive players can't just run over guys for the hell of it.


In the scheme of things, Milwaukee ****ed up by not making their shots/free throws down the stretch, but trying to argue that the call was somehow correct reeks of ignorance and blatant homerism. I don't give a damn about either team and can see that it was a clearly ****ed up call.

how2quitdrinkin
12-17-2009, 12:28 PM
His feet were shuffling, and he flopped. Defensive foul. Case closed.

Mvp and another ring is on the Mambas horizon. Move over Jordan. Case closed.

ElMariachi
12-17-2009, 12:30 PM
From a CA newspaper

http://www.mydesert.com/article/20091217/SPORTS02/91217001/1029/sports02/Fans-should-feel-guilty-about-win

ElMariachi
12-17-2009, 12:31 PM
His feet were shuffling, and he flopped. Offensive foul. Case closed.

Mvp and another ring is on the Mambas horizon. Move over Jordan. Case closed.



Not to mention the fact that Kobe took like 6 steps with the ball.


LOL, talk about a ****ed up call.

gswarrior510
12-17-2009, 01:14 PM
Strong retard.


http://www.nba.com/analysis/rules_c.html?nav=ArticleList



Go learn the actual rules of basketball and talk later. Nobody has denied that it was a blown call by the refs. Even on ESPN they talked about it being a clearly blown call.
Bogut had solid position in front of Kobe and Kobe ran him right over.



Here's a newsflash genius. The defender can be moving and it CAN STILL be a charge if they had center position outside the circle. Offensive players can't just run over guys for the hell of it.


In the scheme of things, Milwaukee ****ed up by not making their shots/free throws down the stretch, but trying to argue that the call was somehow correct reeks of ignorance and blatant homerism. I don't give a damn about either team and can see that it was a clearly ****ed up call.

omg you ****ing idiot kobe started his shooting motion already when that aussie phag stepped in and flopped. He was spinning and going up for a shot at the same time, how ****ing obvious is that? And lol at a 7 footer flying 10 feet back because of the "offensive foul"

"A defensive player must allow a moving offensive player without the ball the distance to stop or change direction. "

he didn't..he stepped into his move.

now stfu

rampagefc77
12-17-2009, 01:35 PM
All I got out of this thread is that the bucks took the lakers to overtime, and should have potentially won if not for some late second heroics.

(In before Bucks win NBA title this season)



Despite how bad the bucks have been historically, nobody can deny that they have have played well against most of the top teams in the league... typically losing by a few points late in the game or in OT. They are probably 1 legit player away from being a decent team, and 1 all-star away from being a semi-serious threat.

ElMariachi
12-17-2009, 01:52 PM
omg you ****ing idiot kobe started his shooting motion already when that aussie phag stepped in and flopped. He was spinning and going up for a shot at the same time, how ****ing obvious is that? And lol at a 7 footer flying 10 feet back because of the "offensive foul"

"A defensive player must allow a moving offensive player without the ball the distance to stop or change direction. "

he didn't..he stepped into his move.

now stfu



In your opinion, and you're in the vast minority. Bogut was playing defense well in front of Kobe, who was the one who initiated the contact and went crashing into him even though he was well above the semicircle. Once again, nobody semi-credible is denying that it was a blown call, the Kobe fan-boys are the only ones up in arms. It was a bull**** call, now get over it.







Jack (LA)


What did you think of Kobe's game winning shot ?
John Hollinger
(3:23 PM)


Tremendous shot. Bucks are kicking themselves for all the missed opportunities -- the missed FT by Bogut at the end of regulation, the two by Ilyasova in OT, the two empty trips in the last minute of OT. Since I know what question is next, yes, I thought it was a charge when he ran into Bogut, and even if it had been a block I'm dubious that it was a valid continuation (thought he traveled after the contact and before putting shot up). But Bucks also blew a bunch of chances that would have made the refs irrelevant.





The whole play was an embarrassment, if you're going to go and give them a blocking call, don't give them the continuation as he blatantly traveled after that point. It was a microcosm of everything that is wrong with the NBA and multiple systems of refereeing for different players. If it had been Derek Fisher running over Bogut, you can be damn sure that it would have been a charge.

Tiaios
12-17-2009, 02:04 PM
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Propulsion
12-17-2009, 02:32 PM
And Bogut didn't travel in the bucks last play of regulation where he missed the and 1 free throw to take the lead?

How about the two and-1's in a row that were not called earlier in the Lakers' favor?

Max~Power
12-17-2009, 02:40 PM
I think it should have been a no call... let them play

how2quitdrinkin
12-17-2009, 02:44 PM
I love how a good Lakers team put other teams fan bases into pout mode. Pheonix and Portland fans let it get to them the most. Hatersgonnahate.eagle

gswarrior510
12-17-2009, 05:03 PM
In your opinion, and you're in the vast minority. Bogut was playing defense well in front of Kobe, who was the one who initiated the contact and went crashing into him even though he was well above the semicircle. Once again, nobody semi-credible is denying that it was a blown call, the Kobe fan-boys are the only ones up in arms. It was a bull**** call, now get over it.












The whole play was an embarrassment, if you're going to go and give them a blocking call, don't give them the continuation as he blatantly traveled after that point. It was a microcosm of everything that is wrong with the NBA and multiple systems of refereeing for different players. If it had been Derek Fisher running over Bogut, you can be damn sure that it would have been a charge.

you are gonna quote ****ing Hollinger? are you ****ing kidding me? his whole life is based around creating an equation that benefits his buttbuddy lebron, so he can somehow make 2-3 people believe that lebron is actually better than kobe.