Originally Posted by exit7
Not a flagrant, a good foul. If it works the way it should Tony Allen needs to make 2 free throws, and at worst we are still up 2 with the ball.
Did anyone see him mouthing to the officials that he was dizzy? I was re-watching the game last night, and you see him tell the ref he was dizzy like 3 times. I don't get how these players think they are fooling anyone, when we have access to replay.
Allen saying he was "dizzy" had ZERO to do with the call. Manu grabbing the wrist of a "vulnerable" player was the deciding factor.
From the current NBA Rules & Regs
: Section IV—Flagrant Foul
a. If contact committed against a player
, with or without the ball, is interpreted to be
, a flagrant foul—penalty (1) will be assessed. A personal foul is charged to the offender and a team foul is charged to the team.
(Official Rules for NBA -- 2012-2013 season)