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, Jun 22, 2004
--- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, bchaikin@a... wrote:
> I think the refs hold the key: moving in front of a ballhandler
should be a
> defensive foul. It shouldn't matter whether the defender is
planted when the
> offender gets there. It should only be an offensive foul when the
> makes his move after the defender is planted.
> absolutely - i wholeheartedly concur. as a matter of fact i would
go one step
> further, and state that anytime a defender fouls a player who is
> (with the ball) where its clear to - and in the opinion of - the
ref that the
> defender made no attempt to go for the ball that it should be a
flagrant - 2
> FTAs then possession of the ball. this would IMHO speed up the
game, because 2
> flagrants and a defender is out of the game, and we'd see alot
less fouling for
> the sake of fouling or intimidation...
> that and calling flagrants on obvious overly hard fouls would help
> bob chaikin
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