Originally Posted by WhiteChocolateJr
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 unnecessary
, 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)
So then any intentional foul should be considered Flagrant, maybe they need to call flagrant when a team is practicing hack-a-shaq? Manu grabbed his arm to prevent him making the shot, it was necessary so he wouldn't get a three point play. You're not going to convince me that was a flagrant foul, so lets agree to disagree.
The dizzy part was just an extra 2 cents, that was pure BS on Allen's part, I understand it had nothing to do with the call, I was just saying it was ridiculous.