aaustria wrote:xbaywarrior wrote:True, but the Warriors get absolutely no respect from officials. Detroit is just as bad as a city, I don't see them gettin' screwed over durin' couple of their games. I'm sorry, but you can't compare this to life. The refs have screwed us over for couple years now.
Pssh, if they called that foul on Monta a FOUL, then the three by Baron should've been an AND1 also.
I'd get in depth with this...but I don't think this is the right place for it. To put it shortly... sometimes people blame outside sources but themselves for the outcome of their lives.
You can't rely on the refs to make the game easier for the warriors...so the only option is to play the best basketball you can instead of putting the game in the hands of the officials. The only game that can be close to true is the most recent Wizards game against the warriors.
You make a good point but as far as I'm concerned, the refs directly affect the way a player and team does their job and thus performs. The refs have a very important job and they are to be respected for it but they are also to be held accountable for not doing a good job when they do it. A couple of bad calls here and there change the outcome of a game AND the people, at least I do, want to see the final outcome as a result of the players and teams performance! They are the ones that should give the outcome of a particular game! Everyone can see that there is interests by the nba and many of the rich, corporate individuals that influence and control what happens. The greatest example I can give is the way Michael Jordan used to be put on a pedastal and favoured so much! He could touch other players but couldn't be touched and that was wrong!