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I'm not pointing about the officials' call or non-call. I'm pointing out the contradictory language of the L2Ms. twitter.com/RussTheMVP/sta…
I thought the travel might be on Rozier when he picked up his dribble, so I made sure to get the full clip from the Players Only replay + league cites violation at 1:47. But that’s not even the issue. Refs miss that all the time. The issue is in the L2M language. pic.twitter.com/MlX1TfPO4B
L2M’s are absurd for all parties. The language used here to justify a "correct non-call" doesn’t jibe if a TV crew can spot a travel. Yes, the TV crew is biased, but what he said lines up with the report on a violation, which means the “observable in enhanced video” part doesn’t. twitter.com/ErikHorneOK/st…
Can’t see the travel at 1:47, but you can hear Thunder color guy Michael Cage say "Rozier got away with a walk on that play,” which kind of goes against the notion of “observable in enhanced video,” if Cage can pick it up in plain sight. pic.twitter.com/PcpqjAzhFU
L2M also cites "observable in enhanced video" for two traveling violations on Terry Rozier at 1:47 and 0.37.8 in which he moved his pivot foot. Greg Monroe scored on first possession. <a href="pic.twitter.com/k0dXk6uJBO" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">pic.twitter.com/k0dXk6uJBO
Thunder-Celtics L2M report says Marcus Morris committed a 5-second violation on Celtics' final inbounds + traveled before game-winning shot.
Per NBA "plays that are only observable with help of a stop-watch, zoom, other tech support are not deemed to be incorrectly officiated." pic.twitter.com/NqCawIrIiD