Unjustly? The ball is clearly scored, but the referee doesnt count it, but wants to make the NBA rematch comparable to the sky

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 Unjustly? The ball is clearly scored, but the referee doesnt count it, but wants to make the NBA rematch comparable to the sky


In this game, hardens team was eventually dragged into overtime by the Spurs, and the final score was only 2 points lost. So if the obvious miscarriage of justice was included at that time, would they be the winning side?

Team reporter Fagan said that the team intends to protest against the game, because the goal is undoubtedly effective, but the referee missed the goal, which ultimately affected the final result of the game. The team even thought that the League should take action, either return the victory to us, or play the game again for 7:50.

And when referee James KAPERS gave a sincere response, he admitted that the dunk should be counted. But on whether to play back the decision, KAPERS said the team had to challenge during the 30 second suspension period, and they did not file a complaint within the specified window period. But dantoni stressed that the referee twice made a mistake in the rules and finally told him that this time period could not be challenged.

So the direction of the story is basically clear: in the fourth quarter, the referee missed Haydens dunk, which was definitely hit, and the final result was that the Spurs won two points through overtime. Harden and his team lost two points because of the miscarriage, and they decided to call for protest. But in the fourth quarter when there is still 7 minutes and 50 seconds of a ball on the results of the game and how much influence, is the matter of different opinions.

But aside from the game, looking back at the rules, is protest useful? Is there going to be a replay?

Harvey kaczins, 68, has a special memory of the rematch, and even gets a special interview every time he has news about the NBA rematch. The center, who has been in the NBA for 11 years, averaged only 3.2 points and 5 rebounds. But he was one of the three people who witnessed history: three players played in the same game on November 8, 1978, when the Philadelphia 76ers played at home against the New Jersey Nets.

The cause of the incident is a missed judgment: in the game, the nets star Bernard king was in a bad state, and finally shot 11 times in 11 minutes and hit 3 goals, only getting 8 points. In the third quarter, he was expelled for his second technical foul. After leaving the court, Jin Nu fell into a chair beside the court, and was blown by referee rich Bowes for his third technical foul. At the same time, 76 people got one more free throw.

However, Kevin Langley, the head coach of the nets who has already committed a technical foul on his back, angrily found out Bowiss theory and was sent off for the second and third consecutive technical fouls. Langley was then expelled from the court and 76 people got two free throws again.

After the game, the nets protested to the NBA: the upper limit of technical fouls in the rules is two times, so the nets asked the League to cancel the technical fouls of two people and punish the team. In the end, League president Larry OBrien (named after him) decided to start the rematch 18 minutes after Bernard Kings second technical foul. As Bernard king did get a second technical foul, he was unable to play for the remaining 18 minutes, while Langleys second and third technical fouls were cancelled and he was able to continue on the sidelines. The replay was scheduled for the next 76 man home game against the nets on March 23, 1979.

In the middle of the season, the two teams made a deal with each other: the 76ers sent kaczins and Ralph Simpson to the nets for Eric Monet and El Skinner. In the second rematch, kaczins, Simpson and Monet all represented their new owners. Kaczins scored 8 points on behalf of the nets, but didnt score for the 76ers; Simpson scored 8 points for the 76ers, but didnt score for the nets; Monet scored 23 points for the nets, and played 8 minutes on behalf of the 76ers, getting 4 points. He has also become the only player in history to score for both teams in the same game.

(this achievement will not be rewritten because of Oolong ball. According to basketball rules, once a player accidentally touches the ball into his own basket, the goal will be counted as the player closest to the other party, so Monets achievement is really unique.)

There were other stunts in the game: as Bernard king was ejected, Phil Jackson, who was part-time assistant coach at that time, was temporarily activated, and he got 14 minutes, a total of 4 points and 3 rebounds. His teammates also have a future NBA coach, Eddie Jordan.

On the far right is Zen master

In the final 18 minutes of the rematch, Julius Owen scored 32 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists to lead the 76ers to victory. Bowis, the referee, was fined $2500 and suspended for three weeks. At the end of the season, the referee, who has played 22 seasons for the NBA, was forced to retire at the age of 49.

But the rematch is not always so dramatic. Its impossible for the old kaczins interviewed by USA today to feel magic and surreality every time. In fact, NBA remakes are rare, even protests are rare.

Since 1952, there have been 35 protests in the league, of which only three have received the penalty of replay: the first time for nets and 76ers, the second time for Lakers and Spurs in 1982-83, and the third time for heat and eagles in 2007-08. All three games were arranged before the next match between the two sides, and the last two games were not very exciting at all.

On November 30, 1982, the Spurs played the Lakers at home. The Spurs took a 116-114 lead in the last three seconds of the game. Lakers guard Noam Nixon has another free throw. Nixon made a fake move on the free throw line, which resulted in players of both teams entering the line ahead of time. The referee decided to jump in the middle circle. Then the Lakers grabbed the ball, and Nixons layup score dragged the game into overtime, which led to the Lakers 137-132 win in double overtime.

The Spurs then protested, and the League accepted and decided to replay the game. Then Nixon gave a second penalty in the last three seconds of the replay, which really changed the result of the game. The Spurs won 117-114.

After the game, two time champion Nixon replied, for others, its a big news, unforgettable, but for us its only one of 82 games, he said. Compared with the winning and losing, our whole team feels that its too rare for the referee to blow the game like that.

20 years later, the Spurs protested against another game of the Lakers, the famous Fisher 0.4 second kill. The Spurs thought that Fishers game was over before he went out, but David Stern, then president of the league, denied the protest. They believed that Fishers buzzer had not sounded before he went out, and the goal was effective.

For the first time in history, in February 1952, the Indianapolis Olympians called for a replay because they thought the referee was not good. Maurice podorov, then president of the alliance, vetoed the protest. When stern took over in 1986, there was a significant reduction in protests. For high-level competitions, protests should not be made rashly. I dont think we should make full use of the time and resources by proposing protests that may fail, Stern said

Stern also made a series of rules, including allowing playback and setting up a centralized playback center, aiming to make the penalty of the game more correct and reduce the need for protest.

As Stern said, protests are rarely supported and the chances of a replay are very low.

In Sterns tenure, only one game was replayed: the 2007-08 season between the heat and the eagles, when heat center Shaquille ONeill only ate five fouls, but was judged guilty of full departure. The League finally accepted the protest and decided to fight again for the last 51.9 seconds. However, the heat protested at the time that the goal was to replay the game, which was not enough to bring back the score in 51.9 seconds. Even the protagonist ONeal has been traded out of the team. Both sides spent the last 51.9 seconds listlessly without scoring. Then the two teams packed up their equipment and played the second game directly.

In 2014, in the game between Grizzlies and kings, in the last 0.3 seconds, grizzlies guard Courtney Lee took the ball from the bottom line to complete the layup and successfully beat kings by one point. After the game, King protested that it was not enough to finish the shot within 0.4 seconds, but the League looked back and found that the goal was effective, and the protest still did not get the penalty of the replay.

According to the leagues previous determination, todays game, it should be very difficult to get a replay. And the missed goal, in fact, did not have a direct impact on the game. In fact, the three remakes are different: the first one is because the referees low-level blow deviates from the rules of the league and must be remaked; the second one directly changes the result of the game because the referees improper handling; the third one is more referential: the cause of the heats protest is only to get the chance of remaking from the beginning, only 51 seconds of remaking has no effect at all. Todays game, although the referee missed and admitted the mistake after the game, did not reach the level of challenging the basketball rules, so the possibility of playing again for 8 minutes before the next game does not seem to be particularly big. Moreover, in NFL matches, there are often some situations such as illegal line-up, personnel exceeding when changing players, etc. there will be situations similar to the situation that the player has landed before receiving the ball, but the referee has not yet paid attention to the replay. At this time, the winning side will quickly kick off the ball before the opponents head coach challenges to end this round. In competitive sports, it is true that after the end of a ball right, the previous one will not be investigated, which has become one of the unwritten rules. Maybe for Hardon and his team, the protest was originally to find a comfort. The strong team was cold, so they had to give themselves and their fans some excuses and words. As for the result of the protest, there was not much expectation. Source: Netease sports Author: Li duo editor: Yang Jiankun, ns4215

According to the leagues previous determination, todays game, it should be very difficult to get a replay. And the missed goal, in fact, did not have a direct impact on the game. In fact, the three remakes are different: the first one is because the referees low-level blow deviates from the rules of the league and must be remaked; the second one directly changes the result of the game because the referees improper handling; the third one is more referential: the cause of the heats protest is only to get the chance of remaking from the beginning, only 51 seconds of remaking has no effect at all. Todays game, although the referee missed and admitted the mistake after the game, did not reach the level of challenging the basketball rules, so the possibility of playing again for 8 minutes before the next game does not seem to be particularly big.

Moreover, in NFL matches, there are often some situations such as illegal line-up, personnel exceeding when changing players, etc. there will be situations similar to the situation that the player has landed before receiving the ball, but the referee has not yet paid attention to the replay. At this time, the winning side will quickly kick off the ball before the opponents head coach challenges to end this round. In competitive sports, it is true that after the end of a ball right, the previous one will not be investigated, which has become one of the unwritten rules.

Maybe for Hardon and his team, the protest was originally to find a comfort. The strong team was cold, so they had to give themselves and their fans some excuses and words. As for the result of the protest, there was not much expectation.