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Attempt of murder!
Two pages in before that was said. You're slipping, tRCMB.
Nix had a really tough time with Mbakwe. During one Gopher free throw miss, Nix was trying to box out and Mbakwe pushed Nix forward about three feet and got the rebound. I've never seen Nix get bulldozed like that. I'm not a fan of Mbakwe, but that was impressive.
Happened at 9:26 2H. Not a punch by Mbakwe. A downward chop as recoil from shooting a power layup through a block.
Draymond Green, Magic Johnson, and Oscar Robertson are the only players to have two triple-doubles in the NCAA Tournament.
Its tough to claim "attempt of murder" if no one saw it.
9:26 p.m. Eastern Time?
Edit: Did somebody get butthurt?
Seriously, stop posting the time in the game that the alleged infraction took place and instead: Post some video evidence.
Otherwise, just STFU.
This post was edited by tGreenWay 17 months ago
9:26 to go in the 2nd half.
It's not brain science.
Purdue fans make this thread?
On a side note - Mbakwe. Mbakwe. Mbakwe. It's fun to say and write that last name.
It was just a mistake;
I didn't mean to let them take away my soul.
Am I too old?
Is it too late?
Right - we get it. But not everyone has the game DVR'd. We're just looking to see the video/pic evidence posted from someone who does. This is like posting "Sara Underwood looked amazing on some talk show last night" and then telling people it was 9 minutes into her Letterman interview. Don't start this shit if you don't have evidence for us.
I didn't notice anything 'dirty' but he sure as hell was banging around last night. Reminded me of Anagonye, except he didn't get called for any fouls.
This post was edited by Uncle Awesome 17 months ago
I started the thread by ASKING if anyone saw it.
I guess you didn't see it. Thanks.
Maybe its because hockey my favorite sports, but whenever I hear about an athlete punching another athlete I am always just kind of like "So what is that a big deal or something".
I saw it, looked like it hurt like hell, then Harris looked scared
Before his injury Mbakwe went over people now he has to go through them to accomplish the same thing and he does.
Here's a video to save your thread. Sorry for no sound, but I couldn't get sound to work on BTN2Go's app for some reason.
My thread is saved!
You mean you haven't already? Slacker.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Giant Moose 17 months ago
that indeed was a punch. +1 to the OP for noticing this criminal act and sharing it with the world.
You also stated that you DVR'd the game and had been rewinding/watching so I was expecting to see something. Glad to see the video made it into the thread.
Looks like he swings the arm at him, but don't think it was intentional or that he knew it was Harris. Hope these back issues don't linger for him, but most people I know who have them tend to have them for a while.
I know, right?
Delaney said he would get back to me on a possible suspension.
Wow that was...nothing.
Though this video is absolutely nothing, I did see goophers intentionally go for Gary's back on several occasions in the 2nd half. nothing too crazy but you could see a few times where a screener would intentionally target his back and otherwise get rough while aiming at his back. I have no video proof but if you watch the game closely you will see it.
He's the strongest guy in the B10, and he goes low and gets leverage. He was "moving the pile" all night. As mentioned, is a shame he had that injury, as his strength used to compliment his ups, not be the focal point of his game. This was one of those games were certain refs could have fouled out both front courts in literally less than 2 minutes. Physical game, tons of hard fouls not called, refs let them play for sure.
I believe you, but others may ask for video proof of your claims.
Smart aleck responses aren't brain science, either. Especially around here. You should've been able to pick up on one.
It's not rocket surgery.
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