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Old Mon Dec 20, 2010, 09:43am
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I go with a no-call. Was your assigner there? Did he/she see the plays in question from your angle?

A partner told me of the same critique he got from varsity officials last year. He had a no-call situation where two players were on the floor, and they told him he should really have a foul on that play.

He stayed to watch their varsity game, and they had the same thing happen in their game; with a no-call. He stayed til half-time to ask about it, and they all had a good laugh.

It's easier to critique someone for a no-call on this play than it is to pick a player and call a foul. If your assigner still insists you have something; a double might be the best option since it really doesn't penalize one team over the other.
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