And at the end of the gamejsm0331 wrote:Good matchup in progress between T-Mac and Bron.
T-Mac: 28 points
Bron: 30 points
end of the 3rd
jsm0331 wrote:Now I've heard of pass interference in football, but coaching interference. Come on Bob, step back. He must have forgotten a couple things since he was coaching, you can't be on the floor. He was in Rip's way of shooting a 3 and got T'd up for it. Then he went irate on the ref for giving him the T.
Real GM: Fox Sports - Richard Hamilton caught a pass, missed a 3-pointer and was fouled - by a coach.
Hamilton was credited with the basket because Seattle coach Bob Hill interfered with him in what became a four-point possession, helping the Detroit Pistons pull away late in the fourth quarter of a 97-85 win over the SuperSonics on Friday night.
"I didn't think he fouled me, but I'll take it," Hamilton said. "It was a major play."
When Hamilton received a pass in front of Seattle's bench, Hill had both feet on the court. Hill tried to get out of the way, but as Hamilton jumped to shoot a 3-pointer, the coach's leg appeared to bump the player.
Official Bob Delaney ruled that the 3-pointer was good because Hill interfered with the shot, which drew an automatic technical foul. Hill tore off his jacket in protest and stomped on the sideline.
"At first, they said I touched him and then they said I changed the shot," Hill said. "I didn't touch him. I might have been on the floor, but coaches do that. I asked if they were going to give them the ball, too, but they said we could keep it. That was nice of them.
"They certainly got some momentum from it. I'm afraid to say anything else, but I didn't understand the call."
jsm0331 wrote:Big game by Bron in tonight's loss to the Suns
jsm0331 wrote:Francis who?
With Nelson playing like this, they don't need Stevie.
in the L to the Queens tonight...
12-19 from the floor
2-2 from downtown
If the Magic can keep some talent surrounding him and Dwight, they have a very bright future.
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