Agree Paul - also you have a tendency of wording points i'm trying to convey in about a third of the length.
Anon #618629, Johnson didn't play for the ball so it's pretty reasonable to constitute it as an USF.
Johnson's was just an odd one because of where the foul was and what it looked like. But it was the right call - I just don't think any of us expected it to be called.
Agreed Double Clutch.
Watching live it appeared off Wagstaff, and the slow motion replay backed that up to a certain degree.
No doubt there was an inconclusive aspect to it, but unlikely Sobey touched it from the vision available on Fox.
Gleeson is Gleeson, I don't think I need to expand on that.
Kobe, best you probably avoid being a ref.
Dazz, cool your heals - Perth v the World is so boring. People don't carry the anti-Perth mentality that you think they do. And any game your team loses, I suspect 'on the balance' you'll feel screwed by the refs.
Welcome to being every fan to ever exist.
Oh, and have to say well done to the Perth fans tonight. A new Wildcats record attendance of 13,611 beating the old record of 13,559 set in the corresponding round of the 2014-15 season when, ironically Adelaide beat Perth 106-102.
Absolutely fantastic! I think we're close to seeing Perth/Melb/Sydney averaging 10k crowds over the course of a season - maybe not next year but in the not too distant future. If NZ can eventually get themselves filling Vector Arena each game instead of North Shore, then the NBL is well and truly rocking and rolling.
I do wonder how the 36ers would go if Memorial Drive was upgraded to a 10,000 seat indoor multi-purpose stadium.
In the city, better crowds, increased game experience, more sponsorship money - more sustainable club? It worked for Adelaide Oval and Perth Arena....
One can dream.