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Old Sat Jan 12, 2008, 02:22am
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protest game- nba- old one

would this be the same in high school- shoot the second ft? http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/recap;_y...gid=2008011113

Friday's ruling by the NBA that the final 51.9 seconds of Atlanta's 117-111 overtime win over Miami on Dec. 19 would be replayed was a major topic of pregame discussion at Staples Center. The last time a game elicited that kind of decision by the league was after the Lakers beat the Spurs 137-132 in 2OT at San Antonio on Nov. 30, 1982. "We were down 3 and I was at the free throw line," recalled former Lakers G Norm Nixon, who works for Fox Sports Net as an NBA analyst for local cable telecasts. "I made the first one and faked the second one. They called a jump ball -- but there was a double lane violation, so I should have shot the second free throw. I ended up scoring a basket to tie it, then we won the game in double overtime. They protested, and the next time we went there we ended up losing two games in one night."
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Old Sat Jan 12, 2008, 07:39am
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The NFHS Basketball Rules Committee does not recognize protests. They even put it in the rule book.... rule 5-4-2. Having said that, individual states/leagues may do whatever they feel like.
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Old Sat Jan 12, 2008, 09:24am
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would this be the same in high school- shoot the second ft? http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/recap;_y...gid=2008011113

Friday's ruling by the NBA that the final 51.9 seconds of Atlanta's 117-111 overtime win over Miami on Dec. 19 would be replayed was a major topic of pregame discussion at Staples Center. The last time a game elicited that kind of decision by the league was after the Lakers beat the Spurs 137-132 in 2OT at San Antonio on Nov. 30, 1982. "We were down 3 and I was at the free throw line," recalled former Lakers G Norm Nixon, who works for Fox Sports Net as an NBA analyst for local cable telecasts. "I made the first one and faked the second one. They called a jump ball -- but there was a double lane violation, so I should have shot the second free throw. I ended up scoring a basket to tie it, then we won the game in double overtime. They protested, and the next time we went there we ended up losing two games in one night."
Give the ball to B in HS. Only the fake is penalized.
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