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Old Sat Mar 16, 2019, 04:37pm
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Old Sat Mar 16, 2019, 04:52pm
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Blarge with about four minutes left. Trail signaled PC and L went block.
Around two minutes remaining there is a Kentucky drive from the wing and a blocking foul is called. Ugh.
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Old Sun Mar 17, 2019, 03:59am
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Yes I remember that one too. Can we get video of both? In earlier one, traffic needs to just signal foul and defer. Under rules, should have been both once he signed. Mine, no one mentioned on broadcast, but defense was actually fortuitously there
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I wish the Center had stayed to referee the ball instead of heading down court ahead of the play.
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Blarge with about four minutes left. Trail signaled PC and L went block.
It'll be on next season's training video as to why we have to have the discipline to come up with a fist first. One-on-one, still up high in the paint, I want Trail to get first crack at that. (and he would have been right, IMO)


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Around two minutes remaining there is a Kentucky drive from the wing and a blocking foul is called. Ugh.
It was 2:58. That play is about as close as possible for 2 opponents to get to the same spot at the same time. At the point of contact, the defender's knee is outside of his vertical base.
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Around two minutes remaining there is a Kentucky drive from the wing and a blocking foul is called. Ugh.


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Old Mon Mar 18, 2019, 03:12pm
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Thanks to Jeff for posting these three plays!
1. This is the Tís play to handle. It is a ballhandler and the primary defender from his PCA. The Lead should only get involved if/when a secondary defender comes over or if there is someone that the T canít see because of the angle of the playerís bodies. The T seems to correctly have a PC foul, although he doesnít ever give the hand behind the head signal as I thought I saw, but merely waves both of his arms twice while moving towards the division line. He also doesnít ever put a fist up.

2. This play is more difficult than I thought. The defenderís left leg/knee is sticking out. If the official feels that this is where most of the contact occurs, a blocking foul would be a good decision. Iím not convinced that is the case, and the awkward placement of the defenderís left leg may make it appear that he is moving towards the offensive player at the time of contact, but I donít believe that he is. My opinion is a PC due to most of the contact being with the torsos.

3. This one is a bit tricky because it may appear to the T that the defender is moving towards the ballhandler. I believe that he stops in time and gets knocked backwards by the offensive player who collected the rebound. I have PC on the Tenn player.
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Thanks to Jeff for posting these three plays!
1. This is the Tís play to handle. It is a ballhandler and the primary defender from his PCA. The Lead should only get involved if/when a secondary defender comes over or if there is someone that the T canít see because of the angle of the playerís bodies. The T seems to correctly have a PC foul, although he doesnít ever give the hand behind the head signal as I thought I saw, but merely waves both of his arms twice while moving towards the division line. He also doesnít ever put a fist up.

2. This play is more difficult than I thought. The defenderís left leg/knee is sticking out. If the official feels that this is where most of the contact occurs, a blocking foul would be a good decision. Iím not convinced that is the case, and the awkward placement of the defenderís left leg may make it appear that he is moving towards the offensive player at the time of contact, but I donít believe that he is. My opinion is a PC due to most of the contact being with the torsos.

3. This one is a bit tricky because it may appear to the T that the defender is moving towards the ballhandler. I believe that he stops in time and gets knocked backwards by the offensive player who collected the rebound. I have PC on the Tenn player.
Agree with most of this only thing that I would say on #2 is I think that the knee moving forward does effect the shooter but it is a close play.
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