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Versus75 wrote: When the UK Men were playing this year the announcers stated at least once a game that it is remarkable how few fouls Kentucky commits despite leading the nation in blocked shots.The "remarkable" part about it is how few of the fouls Kentucky commits are actually called by the refs.
Posted: 4/4/2012 1:47 PM
Versus75 wrote: The "remarkable" part about it is how few of the fouls Kentucky commits are actually called by the refs.
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NDorefin wrote: Griner gets fouled most everytime she gets the ball....it looks to me like they are trying to negate her ability by allowing the opposition so much contact.
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antstoner wrote: I think the foul called against Peter's was because of the extra push she put on Simms at the end of the screen. If she kept her arms against her body, it would have been a good screen. It looked to me like she pushed Simms. I also think at that point of the game, Peters was very fustrated. Her emotions got to her.
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