After nudging Landry Fields out of the way, Luol Deng canned a jumper to secure the overtime win for the Chicago Bulls over the Toronto Raptors.
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He did this while he was injured. The game was good though, Landry played nice on a injured ankle and Anderson was on fire but obviously the greatest NBA team ever got the win!
The man pushed off on the defender.You know it, i know it, the world knows it. I guess that’s a Chicago Bull’s tradition though, lol. Est 1998.
Oh please, you better mention all the other non calls then if you want me to take that serious. Deng murdered Toronto again, that’s the facts. Plus you guys got destroyed by Boozer, you deserved to lose.
Reggie Miller > That guy who yelled “Luol Dengers does it again!! WHOOOooooOOooohhhww..”
that play you are referring to est. 1998 is the single greatest thing to ever happen to the NBA..EVER, plus Russel slipped and fell
that’s Stacy king man, he is kind of funny sometimes, probably annoying to some. he called kurt thimas big sexy
Oh really, that one sentence was pretty funny especially the WhooOOoooo at the end.
Oh it was awesome and all, but what was almost as awe inspiring was that push and the no call. Sure, he tripped. And Jordan just “guided” him to his fall with his off hand.
why mention all the non calls when this is a video about this specific possession, and its the final and decisive, and as a result most important possession of the game? That was the biggest non call of the game and it won the game for one team and lost it for another, lets stay on topic lol.
Because those non calls still influence the game, you say “What if that call was made differently” & I can then say well then how about this call?
So in the end it really doesn’t change anything & I think the refs felt he slipped up.
okay fine… in that case, how about another one of the last plays? When Amir Johnson was in the act of shooting but they didnt call it a continuation?
“Head coach Dwane Casey was also disappointed in the officiating,
particularly the non-call on Johnson. “I hope the league looks at that
last play of the game when Amir Johnson gathers the shot going up,” said
Casey. “I don’t know who he’s passing to, but I just hope they watch
it. I hope they watch it. “That’s all I’m going to say about it, because
it’s a very questionable, marginal call at the end of the game.” Casey
then added: “We’ll see what the ruling is.”
In what way was officiating not favouring the Bulls, especially late?
LOL..wait you’re serious?
Look back, he was falling from a foul & then shot it. Wow..
the NBA even admits it was a horrible call lol. which they rarely ever do.
I still think there were a lot of calls missed but that doesn’t change the fact Raptors were formidable & could’ve won the game themselves.
If you’re right, Bulls got karma by losing to the Grizzlies lol.
lol i was thinking, u know, maybe thats karma last night, for some reason Nate Robinson started playing like a highschooler late in the game… But that doesnt help my Raptors record
U guys are like 6 behind, doesn’t matter sadly lol.
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