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    2 F1s is an ejection, is it a suspension for the next game?
    They do that and I hope they put Solo in there to clothesline Rose. Stern is a wussy.

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    2 F1s is an ejection, is it a suspension for the next game?
    Nope. I believe that each player has a certain amount of flagrant points they can receive in the playoffs before they receive a suspension. I'm not sure what the number is, but it's definitely not 2.

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    http://www.indystar.com/article/2011...S04/110422022/

    The two fouls Indiana Pacers center Jeff Foster delivered in Game 3 against the Chicago Bulls have been upgraded to flagrant one fouls, according to a league spokesman.

    He won't be suspended for Saturday's Game 4, according to the spokesman.


    Foster fouled Bulls forward Luol Deng and guard Derrick Rose on drives to the basket in the half.


    Rose took exception to Foster's foul because it was the second time in the series that he's taken a hard shot from the Pacers veteran big man.


    "I thought they were good, clean playoff fouls," Pacers interim coach Frank Vogel said. "That's all we talk about with our guys, is that we want to protect our basket. We don't want flagrants, we're trying to protect our basket and protect it in a physical manner."


    Foster will be suspended if he accumulates enough flagrant foul points during the playoffs


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    And they'll be reviewing Boozer's actions when....

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kPJ89ctsWE

    Here's Thomas' "incidental" elbow to Hansborough. Any more "incidental" than Foster's elbow to Deng?

    Of course, if an experienced guy like Bennett Salvatore let it go, then it must be non-reviewable and
    incidental.
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    I'm not a big fan of being able to retroactively assess flagrants. If they aren't called in the game, let them be...

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    I'm not a big fan of being able to retroactively assess flagrants. If they aren't called in the game, let them be...
    It's the Bulls, the NBA Eastern darlings. If they're playing the Pacers close, it has to be because the Pacers are dirty. Ergo, dole out the post hoc flagrants. It's the NBA Way!
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    So do we review Thomas' elbow to Hansborough too?
    Or Thomas' slap on Danthay Jones' head right after Foster's foul?! Talk about double standard.

    This whole review and upgrade to flagrant 1 is such a bull****, are they giving the Bulls excuses for not blowing us out already?

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    i agree that it is bull****

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    I wish they'd retroactively rescind Stern's appointment as commissioner while they are going around and changing history.

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    Rridiculous. None of those fouls were intentional. When foster hit Deng's head, it was mostly from Foster getting his lower body taken out from under him. So what does EVERYONE do when that happens? You put your arms down to try to save yourself and he managed to hit Deng on the head. Foul on Rose? It was hard yes and he nearly close-lined him but he went after the ball completely. Now I do think these are kind of worthy for review... but what about all the bulls fouls if they're going to review fosters?

    Nothing after Hansbrough gets hit in the TEMPLE by Thomas? That's extremely dangerous. Don't tell me the seriously have never investigated that. Nothing about Boozer throwing that elbow at Hansbrough last game where Hansbrough got called for a foul?

    Where are the reviews on those? Why does Foster have to get reviewed and not the placement of camera men? Is this about protecting players, or is this only about protecting the bulls players? Come on now.

    I call shenanigans if they seriously never looked into any of those things.
    Believe me when I tell you that this league is crooked. Until Stern is gone, good #8-seed teams like ours won't beat overrated #1-teams like we should be doing, especially when there's a superstar player out there making Stern money. LBJ betrayed Stern by joining forces in Miami with Wade & Bosh, and I fully believe Rose is Stern's new toy. He'll do everything that he can to help Rose out in this league in the near future, and unforunately we're the ones enduring the crookism right now.

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    "Oh no not my baby Derrick Rose" - David Stern

    Stern has got to go. What a joke.
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    I don't think Stern minds Lebron in Miami at all. Him becoming a super villain has generally been seen as the reason NBA ratings have been so high this year.

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    No Balls Association.

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    Someone really needs to do an investigation into the league. The bias becomes more blatant with each passing season.

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    Oh, and this royally pisses me off:

    "I was just trying to go to the basket and create contact."
    This is not what fouls were created for. The player initiating the contact should be the one called for the foul, and Rose is admitting that he's seeking to initiate contact.

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    Oh, and this royally pisses me off:



    This is not what fouls were created for. The player initiating the contact should be the one called for the foul, and Rose is admitting that he's seeking to initiate contact.
    Exactly, the player who is creating the contact is supposed to pick up the foul, and if that is the offensive player it is either a charge or no foul. That is what I have been complaining about this whole series. Contact doesn't automatically mean there is a foul, and when it is created by the person driving to the basket it is either a foul on him or no foul at all.
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    Oh, and this royally pisses me off:



    This is not what fouls were created for. The player initiating the contact should be the one called for the foul, and Rose is admitting that he's seeking to initiate contact.
    Maybe there would be no need for "hard" fouls if Rose doesn't get to shoot FTs 21 times in one game. But the NBA review of that referee gift isn't open to public scrutiny either.

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    "It's just unfortunate that we've been penalized so much this year and nothing has happened to the Pistons, the Palace or the city of Detroit," he said. "It's almost like it's always our fault. The league knows it. They should be ashamed of themselves to let the security be as lax as it is around here."

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    Maybe there would be no need for "hard" fouls if Rose doesn't get to shoot FTs 21 times in one game. But the NBA review of that referee gift isn't open to public scrutiny either.
    Weelll.......More like there would be no need for hard fouls if Rose didn't finish so well. lol

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    I really don't want to think of it this way, but this could be Jeff's last game, at least with the Pacers. I hope not, but if it is....then throw those elbows and let's go down fighting!

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    I don't really advocate this, but I think the Pacers could make a point by just allowing Rose to make layups the next game. Let him initiate just as much contact as the wussy wants so he can easily lay it in the basket. Isn't that what Stern really wants? Highlight plays by a big market player.

    Seriously though, I would establish the Rose Rules if the NBA allowed the players to play like men. For example, the Jordan Rules:

    In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Daly described the Jordan Rules as:
    If Michael was at the point, we forced him left and doubled him. If he was on the left wing, we went immediately to a double team from the top. If he was on the right wing, we went to a slow double team. He could hurt you equally from either wing—hell, he could hurt you from the hot-dog stand—but we just wanted to vary the look. And if he was on the box, we doubled with a big guy. The other rule was, any time he went by you, you had to nail him. If he was coming off a screen, nail him. We didn't want to be dirty—I know some people thought we were—but we had to make contact and be very physical

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    They just said on the local news that if Jeff had picked up 2 flagrant 1's during the game, then he would have been ejected, but since he wasn't tagged with them during the game, he will not be penalized further by being suspended.

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    Oh, and this royally pisses me off:

    "I was just trying to go to the basket and create contact."

    This is not what fouls were created for. The player initiating the contact should be the one called for the foul, and Rose is admitting that he's seeking to initiate contact.
    Totally agree. There is a hell of a lot of difference in going to the basket and DRAWING contact and going to the basket and CREATING contact.

    I believe that Rose does the latter at least 50% of the time.

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    Surprised no one has come in here to say "the officials are not evil" and "Stern and company and just doing their job"

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