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Old Sat Feb 03, 2018, 04:14pm
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Video Request - Kentucky/Missouri

Dunk with 6:38 left second half.

Then the next play, ending at 6:26 second half.

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Old Sun Feb 04, 2018, 01:54am
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Dunk with 6:38 left second half.

Then the next play, ending at 6:26 second half.

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While were at it....fouls at 1:00 left in the first.
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Old Sun Feb 04, 2018, 11:27am
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Play #1:



Play #2 and 3:



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Old Sun Feb 04, 2018, 12:30pm
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Play 1: Too many officials allow little guys to unroot bigger guys in the guise of boxing out. Or the center is ball watching and misses all the action completely.

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Old Sun Feb 04, 2018, 03:07pm
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Play 1 - if the early foul on the Missouri had been called, the later hold and takedown may have not happened. Tough to get the first as quick as it happened.

Play 2 - no technical, there was a similar situation with KY, I can’t remember if was before or after, but the KY hung on the rim forever, even after it appeared there was no concern of safety.

Play 3 - sure looks like PC with the arm extension
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Old Sun Feb 04, 2018, 03:09pm
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On play 2, why exactly did the player have to whack the board on the way down?


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Old Sun Feb 04, 2018, 03:30pm
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On play #1, I'm confused as to what Geist, the Missouri player, did to earn a technical. As others have said, he should have been called for a regular foul on the box-out, but after that he seemed to be trying to get away from the situation and really didn't do anything that I saw to warrant a technical.
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Old Sun Feb 04, 2018, 03:55pm
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On play #1, I'm confused as to what Geist, the Missouri player, did to earn a technical. As others have said, he should have been called for a regular foul on the box-out, but after that he seemed to be trying to get away from the situation and really didn't do anything that I saw to warrant a technical.
He might have said something. The officials were right there after they went to the floor. The problem is they did not call the foul that took them to the floor or at least started the situation.

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Old Sun Feb 04, 2018, 04:47pm
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Play 1....my thoughts are the same as the others. If they didn't miss the first foul, the rest would have never happened.

Play 2.....dunk...nothing to call as far as I am concerned.

Play 3....charge. Not sure what that defender could have been considered to have done wrong.
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Old Mon Feb 05, 2018, 11:57am
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Play 2: backboard slap = easy T
Play 3: PC
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Old Mon Feb 05, 2018, 12:58pm
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In college do you count the dunk then access a T for slapping the backboard?
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Old Mon Feb 05, 2018, 01:34pm
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In college do you count the dunk then access a T for slapping the backboard?
Yes -- IF you have a T.

(I didn't even notice the dunker slap the board on the way down until after I saw all the comments -- I thought the play was about the defender who slapped the board during the pass)
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