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Originally Posted by nyjunc
OK, and where are your stats for the no-calls, because I took that into consideration from what I have been seeing on the court. Skew the numbers much???
Being Ive just began becoming interested in NBA Although overall I still think its a b***h of a league of which cant hold college bball's jock strap, it would have been nice to see a fair series
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Haters gonna hate, simple as that. Another excuse, another day. If you don't like the officiating, don't watch I say. Again, the Heat are clearly the more aggressive, hungrier team...THAT's why they're getting the calls in crunch time. Meanwhile the Thunder, for the most part, are consistently settling for jumpers down the stretch or when they have a chance to put the Heat away.
Anyone care to explain how losing a 17 point lead in less than four minutes, shooting 18 percent from 3 point land, LeBron nearly having as many assists as the whole Thunder team, Chalmers going off for 25, or Westbrook's last second bonehead play in Game 4 is the refs fault? Thank you!
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