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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    sure if you go to the basket you're gonna get more calls...no doubt...but the calls in this finals haven't been about that...if you think this has been fair well you're either lying to me or not sure what the rules are and whats a foul...or better yet what should be a damn foul in the nba finals for gods sakes...i would make the argument also that westbrook has gone to the basket every bit as much as the heat...guys rediculous down the lane...
    This was my one thing tonight. Westbrook attacked the basket relentlessly and ended up with 3 free throw attempts. I was surprised at that.

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    phinsphan you are a non heat fan...come on in here and tell me if you feel this nba finals has been called close to fairly...or if i'm off my rocker..
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    phinsphan you are a non heat fan...come on in here and tell me if you feel this nba finals has been called close to fairly...or if i'm off my rocker..
    At times it has been close, but there have been other times where the whistles weren't even. I know I'll hear the numbers are even, but it just seems at those critical times where it's a close play, more often than not, the Heat will get that call whereas the Thunder won't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalDolFan10x14 View Post
    You're clearly the one doing the subjective "analysis" with your bagging on the officiating! Come on, man. Even you should be better than this. I gave you several reasons why the Heat took this game from the Thunder and that's your response??? "go back to your homer thread"??? Wow.

    But hey, if you want to use the officiating as an excuse...fine, I'll go back to the Heat thread and let you wallow in your sorrows about the David Stern and the refs. But even the most casual fan can see that the Thunder are not playing like they've been there before. The Heat have been, they've felt the pain of losing out at a shot at a ring...and that's the difference. They've wanted it more than OKC so far.

    Alas, championships AREN'T won with three victories. The Heat still will have to scratch and claw to pull off the most difficult victory of their careers. If the Heat do happen to pull it off, though, there ain't no amount of bashing the haters can do that's going to stop them from being recognized as champs. They will have earned it.
    i just meant i don't expect many heat fans to be subjective about this...homer thread just meant the heat love thread which is expected when you're on a miami damn sports message board...nothing personal...but i will argue til the cows come home that the officiating has been one sided in this series...and i don't agree that they've truly earned anything in this finals...imo in 2 of these games at least when the game has turned its been officiating that has driven it

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinsPhan11 View Post
    At times it has been close, but there have been other times where the whistles weren't even. I know I'll hear the numbers are even, but it just seems at those critical times where it's a close play, more often than not, the Heat will get that call whereas the Thunder won't.
    and has that been the case even in the thunders own building???
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    and thats my whole point...in those critical times whether it be a 4th foul or 3rd foul on durant taking him off the court on some garbage or a loose ball foul where guys are competing for the rock or a one possession game the calls have gone the heats way...end of story...and those runs that are generated by durant off the court or those late 4th quarter calls and free points at the line or worse missed calls on the thunder offensive end decide games and series...

    frankly i watched the first 2 games in the thunder building and came away saying the heat are getting the whistle on marginal stuff even in okc thats a bad omen for when this series shifts to miami...and its played out just that way
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    No is has not. There should have been a foul at the end of game 2 that would've sent Durant to the line. And what I didn't like is how in games 2 and 3, it was almost like Durant was being picked on. I know that wasn't the case, but he got so many cheap fouls in those games.

    I'm not one of those people that says "the NBA is rigged", but in this series it seems the Heat have gotten the benefit of the doubt more often than not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinsPhan11 View Post
    This was my one thing tonight. Westbrook attacked the basket relentlessly and ended up with 3 free throw attempts. I was surprised at that.
    I was surprised by this as well.

    Kevin Durant though.

    6'10. 7'4 wingspan.

    One rebound.

    Blame the refs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinsPhan11 View Post
    No is has not. There should have been a foul at the end of game 2 that would've sent Durant to the line. And what I didn't like is how in games 2 and 3, it was almost like Durant was being picked on. I know that wasn't the case, but he got so many cheap fouls in those games.

    I'm not one of those people that says "the NBA is rigged", but in this series it seems the Heat have gotten the benefit of the doubt more often than not.
    Durant could have also been called with a charge on Shane Battier.

    Didn't go that way, though.

    Not a big deal.

    You'll never see me complain about refs because I know in the end there's a bigger reason for Miami losing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinsPhan11 View Post
    No is has not. There should have been a foul at the end of game 2 that would've sent Durant to the line. And what I didn't like is how in games 2 and 3, it was almost like Durant was being picked on. I know that wasn't the case, but he got so many cheap fouls in those games.

    I'm not one of those people that says "the NBA is rigged", but in this series it seems the Heat have gotten the benefit of the doubt more often than not.
    thank you...i'm not as nutty as these heat fans think...that said if my c's were getting the kind of love the heat are in the finals i would absolutely admit it...the calls in this series are eerily similar for me to my c's when the lakers beat them in game 7 after perk got hurt...seemed the lake show got every call in the clutch home or road and i'm sorry but thats hell on wheels to overcome...


    i know the rules i know whats a foul and whats not and i know when the calls are despicable and how they decide games in basketball...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    I was surprised by this as well.

    Kevin Durant though.

    6'10. 7'4 wingspan.

    One rebound.

    Blame the refs.

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    Durant could have also been called with a charge on Shane Battier.

    Didn't go that way, though.

    Not a big deal.

    You'll never see me complain about refs because I know in the end there's a bigger reason for Miami losing.
    I'm not blaming the refs for Durant's lack of rebounds at all. He doesn't have the build to be down low banging for boards, but during the course of a game you would like to think he can get more than 1 damn rebound.
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    how would the heat fare if lebron was taken off the court on bs the way durant has been in this series...i know how...they'd get their damn doors blown off

    as for the durant should have been charge its not a charge when chalmers commits the foul in transition prior to the contact by pulling down durants arm...and frankly with the way battier goes to ground on anything why does the nba give him the benefit of the doubt...why reward him when he's laying out world cup worthy every time the ball comes up the court on the other end
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