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CodingJack says

I wonder how much money Danny Green will get in his next contract. Has been on record breaking fire.

Miami finally slowed him down tonight. As a Celtics fan it was soooo bitter-sweet seeing Ray knock down that tying three.

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I don’t understand why they did not review the Ginóbili foul in OT… looks like it should have gone the other way around… officiating crews, gotta love them sometimes!

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Viral-Legacy says

I don’t understand why they did not review the Ginóbili foul in OT… looks like it should have gone the other way around… officiating crews, gotta love them sometimes!
You mean the play where Ginobli clearly traveled to the basket taking some 3 to 4 steps? The game shouldn’t have even gotten to the point it did if the Spurs maintained composure. Ginobli had a career high 8 turn overs. Did the refs cause those? Let’s call it for what it is – the Spurs, who are the one team who are the epitome of patience and composure, let the moment rattle them and they choked away the win. Less than 30 seconds in the game, up five points, the Spurs win that game 99% of the time. Throughout the game the Spurs went to the free throw line more times than the Heat and could not convert those points. So, let’s not say the refs decided this game, as easy as it is for people to do. Each possession in the game is important as the last. Both sides had missed opportunities to end the game in regulation. The team with the less mistakes (and luck) won, but sometimes you make your own luck. One hell of a game. It is fitting it goes 7 games. I am a fan of neither team.
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Stuck_in_the_Basement Reviewer says

You mean the play where Ginobli clearly traveled to the basket taking some 3 to 4 steps? The game shouldn’t have even gotten to the point it did if the Spurs maintained composure. Ginobli had a career high 8 turn overs. Did the refs cause those? Let’s call it for what it is – the Spurs, who are the one team who are the epitome of patience and composure, let the moment rattle them and they choked away the win. Less than 30 seconds in the game, up five points, the Spurs win that game 99% of the time. Throughout the game the Spurs went to the free throw line more times than the Heat and could not convert those points. So, let’s not say the refs decided this game, as easy as it is for people to do. Each possession in the game is important as the last. Both sides had missed opportunities to end the game in regulation. The team with the less mistakes (and luck) won, but sometimes you make your own luck. One hell of a game. It is fitting it goes 7 games. I am a fan of neither team.
I agree with you for the most part. I just thought that any controversial call is supposed to be reviewed in the final minutes of a game. Obviously Popovich was infuriated so I was surprised not to see the refs going to the table. Oh well, it is what it is. I was more mad at the Spurs to let this one slip away than the refs. I guess my comment was misleading.
I don’t have great hopes for game 7. The Spurs are showing their age. They better stock up on vitamins!
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illuminations says

Fouls aren’t reviewable in the NBA. Basically all they can review is who the ball went out on and time on the clock.



You mean the play where Ginobli clearly traveled to the basket taking some 3 to 4 steps? The game shouldn’t have even gotten to the point it did if the Spurs maintained composure. Ginobli had a career high 8 turn overs. Did the refs cause those? Let’s call it for what it is – the Spurs, who are the one team who are the epitome of patience and composure, let the moment rattle them and they choked away the win. Less than 30 seconds in the game, up five points, the Spurs win that game 99% of the time. Throughout the game the Spurs went to the free throw line more times than the Heat and could not convert those points. So, let’s not say the refs decided this game, as easy as it is for people to do. Each possession in the game is important as the last. Both sides had missed opportunities to end the game in regulation. The team with the less mistakes (and luck) won, but sometimes you make your own luck. One hell of a game. It is fitting it goes 7 games. I am a fan of neither team.
I agree with you for the most part. I just thought that any controversial call is supposed to be reviewed in the final minutes of a game. Obviously Popovich was infuriated so I was surprised not to see the refs going to the table. Oh well, it is what it is. I was more mad at the Spurs to let this one slip away than the refs. I guess my comment was misleading.
I don’t have great hopes for game 7. The Spurs are showing their age. They better stock up on vitamins!
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Stuck_in_the_Basement Reviewer says

Fouls aren’t reviewable in the NBA. Basically all they can review is who the ball went out on and time on the clock.
Thanks for the clarification! :)
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glutenfree4u says

Someone bring back the St. Louis Hawks!

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CodingJack says

Amazing series. Lebron was incredible tonight. I’m really shocked Popovich stuck with Green for so many minutes the past few games. The way Miami was guarding him he turned into a big liability offensively.

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grandelelo says

Miami was amazing

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iGalaxyTheme says

Very Nice Game! Amazing, Awesome!

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