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  • John Hollinger
    Actually Spain s entire playing style was extremely physical the entire tournament, with the exception of Pau. But you re right that the balance of the sketchy
    Message 1 of 93 , Aug 26, 2004
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      Actually Spain's entire playing style was extremely physical the
      entire tournament, with the exception of Pau. But you're right that
      the balance of the sketchy calls went in the U.S.'s favor, a rare
      first in this tournament.

      --- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "monepeterson" <mone@s...>
      wrote:
      > > I don't know what game you watched but it was ragged officiating
      all the =
      >
      > > way around. Duncan had more guys come over his back on rebounds
      with no
      > > call than in an entire NBA season.... is that not a foul in
      > > international play.... both teams were the beneficiaries of bad
      calls,
      > > that's not what decided it.
      >
      >
      > Oh, I agree the non-calls went both ways, but that type of
      officiating defi=
      > nitely favors the
      > U.S., which is what my point was. A more tightly-called game and I
      think Sp=
      > ain wins.
      >
      > Moné
    • John Hollinger
      Actually Spain s entire playing style was extremely physical the entire tournament, with the exception of Pau. But you re right that the balance of the sketchy
      Message 93 of 93 , Aug 26, 2004
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        Actually Spain's entire playing style was extremely physical the
        entire tournament, with the exception of Pau. But you're right that
        the balance of the sketchy calls went in the U.S.'s favor, a rare
        first in this tournament.

        --- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "monepeterson" <mone@s...>
        wrote:
        > > I don't know what game you watched but it was ragged officiating
        all the =
        >
        > > way around. Duncan had more guys come over his back on rebounds
        with no
        > > call than in an entire NBA season.... is that not a foul in
        > > international play.... both teams were the beneficiaries of bad
        calls,
        > > that's not what decided it.
        >
        >
        > Oh, I agree the non-calls went both ways, but that type of
        officiating defi=
        > nitely favors the
        > U.S., which is what my point was. A more tightly-called game and I
        think Sp=
        > ain wins.
        >
        > Moné
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