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Old Fri Nov 18, 2016, 06:11pm
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Yeah, but ...

Anything remarkable here from your official's set of eyes?

Rousing dunk

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Old Fri Nov 18, 2016, 06:16pm
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No foul?
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Old Fri Nov 18, 2016, 08:50pm
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Old Fri Nov 18, 2016, 09:12pm
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I got no foul. His momentum took him out of bounds trying to avoid the defender. I got a good no call on this one.

BTW, he was an amazing player in HS. Glad to see him having success.

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Old Fri Nov 18, 2016, 09:25pm
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I don't see a push, but the defender's arm did swing down on the shooter before he returns to the floor.

Not saying it's certainly a foul, just throwing the idea out there.

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Old Fri Nov 18, 2016, 10:51pm
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Fine...I'll say it.

I mean, it wouldn't be the basketball forum if nobody brought it up...

He travelled before the dribble.
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Old Sat Nov 19, 2016, 12:14am
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I don't see a push, but the defender's arm did swing down on the shooter before he returns to the floor.

Not saying it's certainly a foul, just throwing the idea out there.

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I'll be more certain -- this is not a foul.

I do recognize that HS games are called differently in different parts of the country -- and so this type of play might be a foul somewhere. But, in NCAA -- it hardly even raises an eyebrow.
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Old Sat Nov 19, 2016, 12:17am
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I would not call this a foul. He was already going to the floor. The defender didn't put him there.
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Old Sat Nov 19, 2016, 12:51am
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I'll be more certain -- this is not a foul.

I do recognize that HS games are called differently in different parts of the country -- and so this type of play might be a foul somewhere. But, in NCAA -- it hardly even raises an eyebrow.
I am not calling that in a high school game at any level or anywhere. Players that play above the rim attack the basket like this often.

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Old Sat Nov 19, 2016, 02:46am
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I mean, it wouldn't be the basketball forum if nobody brought it up...

He travelled before the dribble.
If you want to be precise....

Twice. Then again when he picked up the dribble.

It is hard for a defender to guard a player who gets extra latitude in moving the feet.
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Old Sat Nov 19, 2016, 08:20am
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If you want to be precise....

Twice. Then again when he picked up the dribble.

It is hard for a defender to guard a player who gets extra latitude in moving the feet.
Looks like the NCAA-M POE on travelling is working nicely.
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Old Sat Nov 19, 2016, 11:00am
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Looks like the NCAA-M POE on travelling is working nicely.

They've always been there, and, given what I've seen so far this year, many of the officials are having no trouble identifying them and calling them.

That said, two of them in this video were really close and I wouldn't fault any official for not calling them. One was pretty obvious, however.
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Old Sat Nov 19, 2016, 02:24pm
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Offsetting Penalties ??? ...

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One was pretty obvious, however.
The travel to start the drive should have been called. There was a second travel, watch the pivot foot. And yes, the player's momentum did take him of bounds, but it was the contact that took him to the floor. Probably a foul in my high school game. I'll let you college guys call whatever you want in your college game, as this was. College stuff is definitely out of my wheelhouse.
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Old Sat Nov 19, 2016, 02:52pm
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Thumbs up Give these officials a kewpie doll!

Thank you, Alton and Cam.
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Old Sat Nov 19, 2016, 04:52pm
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The travel to start the drive should have been called. There was a second travel, watch the pivot foot. And yes, the player's momentum did take him of bounds, but it was the contact that took him to the floor. Probably a foul in my high school game. I'll let you college guys call whatever you want in your college game, as this was. College stuff is definitely out of my wheelhouse.
Agree, and I like the way you stated it. If this was a 15 ft. jump shot, this much contact on an air born shooter would have generated a foul call. Again, in a high school game.

I bet the college players or coaches don't expect this to be a foul.
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