Monday, April 14, 2008

What was up with that @@#%/!@#* Call!

That game was over ... The ref waived his arms and the the game was over.  How in the heck can you go back to a replay to determine if they called a foul. On the post game show they defended the ref for making a foul call with 0.2 second left on the clock. I don't care! You don't make that kind of frickin' call at the end of a game.

That was to most bush league thing I have ever witnessed!

I could not stop screaming at my television set! Mo Cheeks and the Sixers took the high road. The refs made a call and they move on. The 76ers lose 91-90 to the LeBrons and are now locked into the 7th playoff seed and a match-up with the Detroit Pistons.

Sigh ...

Despite the call the Sixers played a good game. Did you see that roof rattling slam by Lebron James (sure you did)? I had began to think the Sixers had lost their mojo when they were down by 11 in the 4th period. But the young bucks sparked off another of those incredible runs. Sweet Lou was sensational. He scored 21 points on 9-11 shooting. Thaddeus Young scored 11 points and 3 steals. Including a nice steal off of James to coast in for the score. He also had 4 boards in some critical situations. Not bad.

So bring on the Pistons. I'm not going to pretend it won't be a struggle. But at least the Sixers know its possible. You can't win if you do believe you can win.


Dannie said...

That was some f'ing bull$@#!. I was center court for that game and it would have been the perfect game to see LeBron for the first time and the Sixers get a great come from behind win. Then the official remembered we are in Philadelphia and went ahead and f'ed us just like they did the other night with the Phils.

ASponge said...

As citizens of the NBA, it falls on the rest of us to help Save the Sonics! I beg you to please post your team/owner's information with the following. Thanks!

We Miami Heat fans have put together a proposed plan of action here:

It involves this:


"As a form of protest, we vow to boycott any game next season in which the Oklahoma City Sonics play, whether it be in our arena or watching it on television."

Spread this around as much as you can. It's going to take the other teams to prevent this from happening. Let's save the Sonics!

(E-mail your local newspaper too. This is of vital importance)