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Ever since after game 1 blowout the refs have been controlling the series and dictating pace of play

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by RocketsTruth, May 6, 2017.

  1. RocketsTruth

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    You really have to be a basketball savant to notice, but in back to back games since the game 1 blowout the refs have treated harden like an average player. He has been getting fouled going to the basket( thus losing the ball resulting in lve ball turnovers), and the commentators like reggie miller and doug collins are claiming thats good defense. Its the refs swallowing their whistles. Anytype of play of play that can get the rockets fired up since game 1 is being wiped out, case in point the harden 1st quarter dunk in game 3, no way thats called on lebron, westbrook, or even kawhi. Patty Mills is getting more respect than Harden lol

    Am i the only one seeing this

    The spurs are fouling harden on jumpers, and then pulling their hands back quickly as if they didnt reach and the espn camera angles are not picking it up. This is why i dont know why root sports is not still covering the team. We have to listen to rockets haters on tnt and espn cover our games, **** is annoying on a power level x1,000,000
     
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    Yea has nothing to do with everyone avoiding midrange jumpers like Ebola or the great Danton not making a single adjustment and sticking to the same rotation..
     
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