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    Default Re: The Harrison Effect

    No, I don't think David was even in the paint. I think he was right at the edge of the key.

    The thing is, if a guy leads with elbow out on the perimeter, they might get called for it. But not down there. I had no problem with the no-call.
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    That may be true, but we all know if it had been David leading with his elbow he would have been called for the foul. And the way our season is going if the ref had realized how bad they guy got hurt David would have been thrown out and you know who would have suspended him.

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