Referee report: Loew was fouled by de rose, and he lost the ball.

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 Referee report: Loew was fouled by de rose, and he lost the ball.


In the fourth quarter with 1 minutes and 12 seconds left, Loew grabbed a key rebound. But DeRozan and valance Jonas of the Raptors pushed hard and tried to break the ball from his hand. According to the referees report, when Loew was defending the rebounds, de rant had grabbed Loews arm, and should have fouled and defended the foul. At the same time, Loew also had a walk. But in such a situation, a foul should be preceded by a walk, so DeRozan should be blown off for defensive fouls. But at that time, the referee did not whistle, the two sides continued to pester. Then Loew lit his elbow to protect the basketball, and hit the face of a direct one elbow. The referee did not whistle at this time. The referee concluded that Loew was an unintentional foul, so he fouled the usual foul. However, the referees report thinks that this should be punished for a malicious foul at the first level. Today, the NBA official has also added a first grade malicious foul to Loew. With Lebrons key shot equalizer, raptors unfortunately missed three chances to win, and the two teams entered overtime. In the overtime game, the law of de rose was once again escaped the referees blow. At the end of the overtime race, 1 minutes and 36 seconds, in a scuffle, DeRozan had a push against the knightwing interior Tristan Thompson, affecting Thompsons rebounding, which should be fouled. And the referee did not throw a foul on his. Yesterday, in the game, de Luo Chan fought for 40 minutes, and made 10 points in 20 shots, contributing 22 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists. If the 2 foul was counted, there were 5 personal fouls.