INSIDE THE NBA

CONTACT FOUL FOR D. ROSE

The Insiders crew debates the merit behind the late Game 4 foul which hurt the Bulls when they needed points the most.

3 Comments

  1. Tex Tyle says:

    SUPERSTAR SYNDROME affects the way referee’s see players.
    ROSE will shake it off.
    COBY will bail the boat.
    CHARLES, never got a single call in his favor.
    Ever!

  2. Derrick says:

    I agree with charles about Derrick rose taking 32 shots. a lot of point guards in the league have been judged by the media for taking too many shots, like russel westbrook, monte ellis, remembers stephon marbury who averaged more assist and less shots than derrick rose was always judged about getting teammates involved inthe game. Its like only the popular players and the fan favorites can get away with taking 32 shots. Yes derrick rose is great deserves MVP but taking 32 shots is not acceptable. kenny, and chris should know, chris was one of the best power fords in the league and the best player on his team when he played with the kings. Chris how would you feel if jason williams took 32 shots and not getting you into the game.

  3. I’m just glad that that call didn’t change the outcome of the series. It was a bad call. I like how you are one of the few people who will call someone out when they make a bad call and don’t try to sugarcoat it.

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