Does Guo Allens foot-pad provoke Brazilian veterans to look at it differently?

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 Does Guo Allens foot-pad provoke Brazilian veterans to look at it differently?


In the third quarter of the first warm-up match between China and Brazil, Brazils No. 9 veteran Hultas missed the perimeter shot. When the players of both sides competed for rebounds under the basket, Hultas and Guo Allen were both out of position. Suddenly, Hultas burst into rage and rushed to Guo Allen, who was back to him, overthrowing the latter to the ground. Hultas was therefore called a foul offender.

After the game, there was widespread discussion. Some people believed that Guo Allen had some responsibility in this matter through slow motion replay of TV footage. Because from the television perspective, Hultas throws his hand far away, and Guo Allen, who comes back from the defense, has a suspected foot-stepping action, causing the former to fall to the ground. So when Hultas got up, he retaliated against Guo Allen.

However, if we look at it from a different angle, it is likely that Guo Allens foot-stepping view came from the misleading position that TV gave the broadcasting station at that time. From the positive point of view of a fan shooting, Guo Allen in the defensive process, not only did not cushion the foot action, but he also looked at his feet to prevent injury to the other sides players. So its not hard to understand why Hultas was so angry at Guo Allen. Probably because he felt that Guo Allen had fouled and hurt himself intentionally, and the referees call was not arbitrary. China lost to Brazil 84-90 in the final game, and Guo Allen scored 22 points. Tonight, China will play Brazil again, which is the last warm-up match for China before the opening of the Mens Basketball World Cup. Source of this article: Netease Sports Author: Happy Jie Responsible Editor: Ma Bile_NS4800

However, if we look at it from a different angle, it is likely that Guo Allens foot-stepping view came from the misleading position that TV gave the broadcasting station at that time. From the positive point of view of a fan shooting, Guo Allen in the defensive process, not only did not cushion the foot action, but he also looked at his feet to prevent injury to the other sides players.

So its not hard to understand why Hultas was so angry at Guo Allen. Probably because he felt that Guo Allen had fouled and hurt himself intentionally, and the referees call was not arbitrary.

China lost to Brazil 84-90 in the final game, and Guo Allen scored 22 points. Tonight, China will play Brazil again, which is the last warm-up match for China before the opening of the Mens Basketball World Cup.