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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 08:15pm
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Including Charles Barkley, who said he wasn’t aware of that ruling.
He was absolute class in not complaining about officiating decisions, but rather praised both Auburn and Virginia for the plays that they made and the great game.
I too thought Charles showed some class there. Appreciative of what Auburn accomplished. Stuff happens. Good on him!
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 08:17pm
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At that stage of the game does it really matter?
We post potentially missed plays or rules all the time on this forum that probably don’t matter “at that stage of the game.” So what’s your point?
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 08:29pm
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At that stage of the game does it really matter?
It always matters if you working a college game with me. When I'm the crew chief I make sure that we're putting the ball in play where it supposed to be.

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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 08:32pm
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Auburn fans throw stuff at the refs as they leave the floor.



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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 09:34pm
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It's unfortunate the double dribble was missed, but the T knew the defense was going to take a foul there.....tough to officiate the defense there knowing that and catch a double - which rarely happens at that level.


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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 09:35pm
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Hardly any fanboys knew that was an illegal dribble until Steratore came on air.
Put yourself on the court as the T or C and imagine officiating the defender (as we are taught) expecting a take-foul to happen.

I'm not seeing a dribble off the foot with the Auburn #2 so close to the ball handler and not guessing why the ball was loose for a split second. I'm just really surprised Breeding didn't call the take-foul.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 09:44pm
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Put yourself on the court as the T or C and imagine officiating the defender (as we are taught) expecting a take-foul to happen.

I'm not seeing a dribble off the foot with the Auburn #2 so close to the ball handler and not guessing why the ball was loose for a split second. I'm just really surprised Breeding didn't call the take-foul.
Christ, Breeding was not the official that missed the illegal dribble or the take foul.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 09:49pm
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Christ, Breeding was not the official that missed the illegal dribble or the take foul.


The T missed the illegal dribble. The C had a great, open look at the take foul.


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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 09:49pm
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It’s amazing to me how many holier-than-thou high school officials have the gall to act as though “I wouldn’t have missed that play or this play.”

This crew missed plays. This crew made some outstanding calls.

Yawn.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 09:51pm
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Put yourself on the court as the T or C and imagine officiating the defender (as we are taught) expecting a take-foul to happen.

I'm not seeing a dribble off the foot with the Auburn #2 so close to the ball handler and not guessing why the ball was loose for a split second. I'm just really surprised Breeding didn't call the take-foul.
You want the Lead to come get that in the backcourt?
Sirmons was the C.
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It’s amazing to me how many holier-than-thou high school officials have the gall to act as though “I wouldn’t have missed that play or this play.”



This crew missed plays. This crew made some outstanding calls.



Yawn.


I'm with you in case you don't realize it.

Who the f---, even in a top HS game, expects an illegal dribble?

Staring at the dribbler is usually a recipe for not getting anywhere near that level.


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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 09:53pm
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The T missed the illegal dribble. The C had a great, open look at the take foul.
The T was Kimble. The C was Sirmons.

Breeding had nothing to do with these plays, and he had the guts to make the most important call of the game and nailed it.

How many holier-than-thou officials would have passed on that play under the justification of “letting the kids decide it”?
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 09:53pm
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You want the Lead to come get that in the backcourt?
Sirmons was the C.
Sorry, I incorrectly identified Breeding for Sirmons.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 09:55pm
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The T was Kimble. The C was Sirmons.



Breeding had nothing to do with these plays, and he had the guts to make the most important call of the game and nailed it.



How many holier-than-thou officials would have passed on that play under the justification of “letting the kids decide it”?


I never used names.

A to B, bodied the shooter at the top of the shot.

If you pass on that, you're not a good official and I don't want to work with you.


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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 09:55pm
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I'm with you in case you don't realize it.

Who the f---, even in a top HS game, expects an illegal dribble?

Staring at the dribbler is usually a recipe for not getting anywhere near that level.


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I know plenty of high school officials who would stare at the dribbler, know the dribbling rules forward and back, and would still miss that play.

Yet in a Final Four game those same officials want to lambaste the top officials in the country for erring. LOL.
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