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New Story: Heartbreaker at Littlejohn


Posted: Mar 8, 2014 7:49 PM
 

 
Heartbreaker at Littlejohn

A judgment call by an official and one-tenth of second cost Clemson Saturday afternoon.(Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports) Full Story »



This one is tough you take***


Posted: Mar 8, 2014 8:05 PM
 




Re: New Story: Heartbreaker at Littlejohn


Posted: Mar 8, 2014 8:07 PM
 

The ball is clearly in the Pittsburgh player's hands when the red light is on. Clemson was robbed of an important game. That being said, the Tigers should have never given the refs the chance to take away a solid win.


Re: Educate Me


Posted: Mar 8, 2014 9:30 PM
 

I never played basketball....too busy scoring on and off the football field (6 TDs in one game and Peg for a lifetime).

Why not have a player break toward the Clemson basket and pass it to him at midcourt or beyond? As long as someone touches the ball to get the clock started, even if a Pitt player gets the ball, he wouldn't be able to set for a shot and the shot he would have had to take a low percentage shot with 1 sec or less on the clock.


another lesson


Posted: Mar 9, 2014 1:53 AM
 

for all Clemson athletes. Every yard gained is the winning fieldgoal. Every basket is the one that beats you. You can't take any possession off. The refs don't decide the game.


In all honesty, that first paragraph should also have some

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Posted: Mar 9, 2014 10:03 AM
 

mention in it like "and Clemson's inability to simply execute an inbounds pass" as well.


Re: In all honesty, that first paragraph should also have some

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Posted: Mar 9, 2014 11:05 AM
 

It is very clear all season we have had trouble at some POINTSD on inbound passes. This one is a different breed. YOU NEVER,NEVER MAKE THE PASS THAT WE MADE! The proper play is a situational play. Put KJ on the foul line facing the inbounder. Another man is a foot or so beyond the 3point line behind KJ. Ball is ready for play. Player behind KJ breaks towards inbounder (a normal move in this situation) KJ moves a step or to towards the inbounder (another normal move in this situation) but then abruptly does a 180 and runs towards our basket (not a normal move in this situation). A rainbow pass is thrown. Either KJ catches it--game over or he tips it clock starts with only 2 plus seconds left. Even if the other player gets the ball the odds of him reacting to get off a shot are very very small and even smaller than he thinks to call a TO.
This play always works but needs to be practiced during the season ---ergo a situational play. Yes, I did.


Dave cOOtum


Posted: Mar 9, 2014 8:18 PM
 

What adick!

-Tesla

I've been wrong two times, but this isn't one of them.


Re: Dave cOOtum

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Posted: Mar 9, 2014 8:22 PM
 

Hey bozo--read lips--f.....u..


Re: Dave cOOtum


Posted: Mar 9, 2014 8:29 PM
 

Hey Dave:
What a dichead you are. You are obviously another dummy that knows nothing about sports, never plated and sit home watching TV. Maybe you're. TS get a job loser!


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