Defending Duke’s Defense
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Flooper101 Nov 17, 2012
In the NBA you are not allowed to do this.
rx74u2nv Nov 16, 2012
Everyone knows this. Rarely are charges flops. A blocking foul is called a plurality of the time. An offensive foul is less likely to be called. Most fouls are "sold."
He must have written this especially for Calipari.
seedofdoubt Nov 16, 2012
Nice find. I would like to also point out when Kelly saw a Kentucky player's arm outstretched, he managed to come up for his shot through that players arm, thus having a foul called. Knowing how to play within the ACCEPTED RULES is just plain smart. Until taking a charge is removed from the game (which will be never) it WILL be a part of the Duke Defense and Duuke will continue to reap the rewards for playing the game as it is. For those who find this difficult to swallow, there was a time when players COULD NO TOUCH other players and dunks were illegal.
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