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Old Wed Jan 18, 2006, 10:31am
bob jenkins bob jenkins is offline
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Originally posted by FrankHtown
So, A not only doesn't get a free throw, they don't even get the ball back. I know that's the rule, but, in your sense of fair play, doesn't that seem unjust?
IMO, the correctable error rule is written to encourage *both* teams to be vigilant and to avoid the error. What might look like an advantage (hey, the ref is letting us shoot FTs), can quickly turn to a disadvantage (we don't get the points and we don't get the ball).
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