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Bulls were robbed

I was watching the game at a bar last night, and when I saw Miller hit that shot I was going nuts...However, I didn't realize till the next morning that the shot was overturned....I'm not saying that the shot wasn't released after but it just made me angry. Basketball isn't football, to me there has to be a certain level of play allowed....I know I'm going to get killed for this but it just made me question the whole replay system.... A guy makes a shot hes only gonna make one in every 100 shots and its ruled no good...In college, high school, and any other game...That would be considered good and a play for the ages


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The Ball was in his hand as

The Ball was in his hand as the clock went off....No Good.

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lol..are you serious?..so we

lol..are you serious?..so we should allow a shoot after the buzzer even if someone makes its once in a blue moon?..should we allow touchdown catches out of bounds and home runs that bounce on the edge of the wall but stays in? dont they have replay in college now also?..not that it matters but nba is a whole different ball game from college and hs

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really? lol imagine the

....really? lol
imagine the scrutiny the nba ref would face if they had the wrong on such a simple call with replay remember the nfl ref Ed Hoculi the nba ref would get it almost as bad. Also you dont get SCREWED over if its the correct call

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c'mon man

So let me get this right? You know the ball was in his hand even though the time had expired, but you want it to count. Maybe they should extend the game to 48 min and 1 second? Must be a Bulls fan? This was the worst argument of injustice I've ever read.

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yeah

btw it was still on his fingertips....

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you just cant make an

you just cant make an argument for this guy. He shot the ball as the buzzer was sounding. so the shot DOESNT COUNT. it doesnt matter how good a shot it was, it was after the game was over

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Dhamp

Everyone knows I'm a Nuggets fan. I watched the whole game and immediately thought about Eric Devendorf last March. Anyway, I said the Bulls shouldn't have been celebrating because I knew it would be overturned.

Dhamp2...the greatest basketball mind in the world. Next to Hubie Brown anyway.

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What I was trying to say was

What I was trying to say was taken out of context....Basketball is more of a subjective game then Football obviously because of foul calls...I dont like the concept of looking back at plays and think that rule should be gone

and yes i will admit I am a Bulls fan hah

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with only .3 left, it has to

with only .3 left, it has to be one of the quickest catch and shoots ever, Miller sort of turned his hips a little and brought the ball up, hard to imagine that counting even before the replays showed it was still in his fingertips. Rules are rules and even I'm not sure what you're talking about with you "think the rule should be gone", you would rather inccorect calls?

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