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Old Sun Jan 28, 2018, 02:09pm
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There were several interesting calls/noncalls in that game. There was a pretty obvious missed BC violation missed against Kentucky in the first half. Not sure when it was, but the UK player, a couple of feet into the FC, caught a pass from the backcourt, then stepped into the BC. Easy BC, no call.

I don't think this crew had their best games.

As for this call, I think they had it right. The defender definitely jumped forward and even lead with forearm making first contact in the shooters upper chest/neck area.
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Old Sun Jan 28, 2018, 03:07pm
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There were several interesting calls/noncalls in that game. There was a pretty obvious missed BC violation missed against Kentucky in the first half. Not sure when it was, but the UK player, a couple of feet into the FC, caught a pass from the backcourt, then stepped into the BC. Easy BC, no call.

I don't think this crew had their best games.

As for this call, I think they had it right. The defender definitely jumped forward and even lead with forearm making first contact in the shooters upper chest/neck area.
Early in the first half or later? I will try to find it.

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1. CC. I’m all about good, high and athletic block attempts, and I’ll assume the defender is legal until he shows me otherwise. In this case, his right arm played great defense but his left didn’t. L pinched the paint perfectly. Great look, great call.

2. CC. LGP established, then slight lateral (legal) movement. Defender did nothing wrong.


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Old Sun Jan 28, 2018, 08:26pm
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Early in the first half or later? I will try to find it.

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As a guess, I'd say mid 1st half, but that is just a guess. If you can't find it, that is fine, I wasn't really asking for a video, but if you get it, great. It occurred on the near side, about 5 or so feet from the sideline after either a made basket by WVU or after some other throwin when they were pressing. There was no mention by the announcers and no one on WVU seemed to notice either.
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Old Sun Jan 28, 2018, 08:54pm
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That's a good block in my neighorhood, off arm is natural and not extended., what would you want the defender to do with that arm?
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That's a good block in my neighorhood, off arm is natural and not extended., what would you want the defender to do with that arm?
That's a foul in my neighborhood. Either put the other arm straight up (as he had in other blocks in the same game), or somewhere else, but not in the shooter's chest/armpit. I thought it was the CC.

I agree with the charge in the 2nd call.
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Old Sun Jan 28, 2018, 11:03pm
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That's a good block in my neighorhood, off arm is natural and not extended., what would you want the defender to do with that arm?
You're OK with knocking the shooter back before blocking the shot?
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Old Sun Jan 28, 2018, 11:16pm
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I'm not getting that from the Lead. The contact that is called is up high and on the Center's side of the play.

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Correct Call. Arm contact, not vertical.
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Old Mon Jan 29, 2018, 08:41am
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That's a good block in my neighorhood, off arm is natural and not extended., what would you want the defender to do with that arm?
Based on the other thread, I'm surprised you didn't want this to be an F1. :0

Both the plays are correct calls, imo.
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Old Mon Jan 29, 2018, 08:43am
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#1 - CC for me - Even if that contact isn't with left forearm (say it's with the chest) the defender clearly is not close to vertical and the contact was significant and prevented airborne shooter from getting to the potential apex of his try attempt.

#2 - This one is close for me. I wish I could see whether the lateral movement is before or after the shooter becomes airborne. It appears to be before and for the Lead in transition at full speed I lead toward PC foul so, for me, I agree with Lead - CC
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Both correct calls imo.

On number one he is not jumping straight up, position A to position A. He is jumping from A to B toward the shooter. The only reason he lands close to where he took off from is because he crashed into the shooter.
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Early in the first half or later? I will try to find it.

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6:22 in the 1st!

If you could also post the play

@ 7:11 in the 1st, does anyone have a travel?
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