- Aug 26, 2011
Agreed. CJ twisted his body to miss him. The entire left side of CJs body moved around Hood leaving only his right knee with any contact on Hood and that even looks suspect that there was much contact. Of course Hood reacted as if he was standing in front of JB when he came off the bench and got plowed through.
This literally sounds like what he did. He was making the call before it even happened. He wasn't even watching the play. He was walking down the baseline, half-glancing at the play, and then made the call immediately.
clearly this is a guy that decides what he's going to call before the play happens - sorry, adjudicate what is going to happen based on the rules
if you need to anticipate what happens in order to actually see it happen, that must imply that there are times when the ref doesn't see the play because a player did something unexpected. Otherwise, there is no reason to even think about what might happen. saturday was explosive anger, today is a slow gradual psychotic hate
Go back to foot lockerCowtown said:How about you stop talking about it, and start doing something. Like write the exam, put on some stripes, and come on out and show us how it's done? If you can do better, by all means get out and walk your talk.
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I look forward to you not being present hereCowtown said:Brilliant comeback. I didn't think you had the necessary strength of character, looks like I was right again. But I'll give you credit for something though, you're very good at talking trash on someone who's not present. I'll bet that's because you've had a lot of practice.
My son in law said the same thing. We rewound it & used our best lip reading skills & it sure did look like that's what he said!Local radio had a Charlotte reporter on today that claimed that Boeheim first screamed, "That's a Duke call! That's a Duke call!", before launching into his tirade about cow patties.