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Old Tue Mar 03, 2015, 10:00pm
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West Virginia vs Kansas Transition Block/Charge (Video)

Block/Charge 8:12 1st. KU v WVU ESPN. Thanks!
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charge....On the slo-mo I thought of maybe the block was the right call but I think the defender was there. Yeah there was a little movement but to me the offensive player is at fault. That would be a tough one to get right.
Would anyone want the calling official to stop or slow down here to better see the play develop? That was my thinking, he seems to be in a hurry to get down to the endline but I thought he could have stopped and let the dribbler get ahead.

hmm, with the advances of virtual reality, it will be fun to see that technology used. From the ref's perspective. So you could do training on a play like this at full speed and see how you do.


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I had a block initially, and in slow motion.
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Old Thu Mar 05, 2015, 09:56pm
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Would anyone want the calling official to stop or slow down here to better see the play develop? That was my thinking, he seems to be in a hurry to get down to the endline but I thought he could have stopped and let the dribbler get ahead.
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No, the Lead needs to bust his a$$ down the court and be able to ref the play at the same time, that's why they get paid $2.5-3K to ref those games. The Center can pick up the back side.
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Charge...defender was in the path, facing, with two feet on the floor clearly before the shooter left the floor....and got crushed.

Lead had a poor angle to see that the defender was in the path....looking from the side on those kinds of plays is the worst position to see what needs to be seen. The L's position was only good for seeing if the defender moved forward into contact and that wasn't the issue on this play. He either need to be farther ahead of the play or hold up to see it from a better angle and not running at full speed.

The only thing he didn't do was get "set". But, of course, that isn't a requirement.
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Old Thu Mar 05, 2015, 10:26pm
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Charge. Why do you have a block BNR?
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Old Thu Mar 05, 2015, 10:30pm
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Block. I have the defender creating contact by moving forward and into the offensive player.
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Old Thu Mar 05, 2015, 10:40pm
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I have a block and I am a "charge guy" usually.

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That's what I thought Camron. I see his eyes on the dribbler then a quick glance at the defender. He is hustling and quite fast, but there are times when no ref can keep up. I thought slowing down and seeing the play develop would have been better. He got more of a snapshot rather than the whole picture. That being said, it is hard to argue with the call. I think it is a charge but one of those difficult ones to call.
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Charge.........he was in the path already but moved to center it up.
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Same as JRut. I give the benefit of the doubt to the defender a lot, but I have a block. Would almost definitely be a block in real time.
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Old Fri Mar 06, 2015, 12:29am
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Same as JRut. I give the benefit of the doubt to the defender a lot, but I have a block. Would almost definitely be a block in real time.
Block. Nice call.
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Charge. Why do you have a block BNR?
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I have a PC. The defender did lean forward initially but straightened up before contact occurred.
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