IMO.. Hate to say it but I have to chalk this one up to Freddie losing it for us.. Because why would we not foul them when they got the ball with 25 sec left.. That way we get the ball back with 20+ sec left to run an actual play...
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Fact of the matter is, if you want to win in a place you haven't won in 25 years you can't let the refs have their say. We had a chance to win the game going away. By letting the refs into it, you bring in the possibility of having the same thing happen to us that happened the last 47 times.
Ejim no call
Clyburn over the back
No FT for Babb Lack of foul against McGee.
Any more in last minute?
This is the one that I think they totally messed up. McGee got bumped and forced to go out-of-bounds. The first replay from the far end of the court showed it clearly. Hoiberg tried to make the point to the refs. There was no contact with McGee after he stepped out-of-bounds until after he took the shot. That should have been a foul on the in-bounds pass.
Would you rather have the ball down 2 with 20 sec left or be down 2 with 2.5 sec left ??
I can just hear you if we foul with 25 seconds to go, they hit the free throws, we miss, and they win the game. That is just not smart, I don't think I have ever seen that work, let alone anyone try it.
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