Re: is nba set up
I'm sorry, the only terrible call for the thunder was the no travel on sefolosha. Game 4 in particular was absolute bullshit, from the foul on durant which was a clean stuff(which they switched to westebrooke, wtf?), to durants second on wade, which was way less contact then james foul on him at the end of game 2, yet Dwade gets the call. Basically every call called on james harden this series, his 2 against james, where he wasn't fouling him at all, just trying to establish himself on the rough basketball james was playing on him. Don't get me started on the westebrooke non calls, he drove to the basket on practically every other play and only got to the line 3 TIMES!! If he had 12-15 free throws(as he should've) it could easily be a different game, and don't even get me started on the foul call that sealed game 3, or chalmers trying to tackle harder football style on a fastbreak and no call.
Originally Posted by Ciberr
The heat have played better then OKC, theres no arguing that, but every game has been close and in all seriousness, with the refs no being either ****ed in the head, or totally biased, this could easily have turned out to be thunder up 3-1 or they could've already swept.
And as I believe it was mentioned earlier, on every play that lebron drives he fouls his defender, pushes them away with his forarm, in the old NBA that would never have gone, I hate to say it, but it really seems to have become biased, like the trying to set up who plays and who wins(like how duncan got called for 2 fouls that weren't at the end of game 6 or 5, can't remember, the no call on rondo, and now this).