Watto
Last month

Webster trying to untie Norton's shoelace

This is from Sunday's game. It looks like Corey Webster is trying to undo Mitch Norton's shoelace.

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Anonymous  
Last month

I believe in the NBA players have been T'd up for this?

It's humorous when the two players have an existing friendship/rapport but when it's done because your team is choking and were up 16 points against a team missing their league's best defensive player and league MVP and are so undisciplined they lead the league in most fouls committed a game and just lost to the same time in overtime at home after their opposition travelled 8+ hours, it's a bit unsportsmanlike.

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Watto  
Last month

This was in the second quarter with 1:34 left to play. I think NZ was up by 16 or so at the time

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Anonymous  
Last month

It seems Braswell has got much bigger issues than what the refs are doing.

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Greggo  
Last month

Haha slow news day? And lol at the people above actually treating this as an issue

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Anonymous  
Last month

Its not an issue in isolation, but its an issue when combined with a number of undisciplined things that the Breakers are doing, all while the coach is blaming the refs for their woes.

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Luuuc  
Last month

Far from a big deal, but still pretty poor form IMO

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mystro  
Last month

pretty funny.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Norton was standing on his foot and it was a natural reaction. Just ask Draymond Green and Nathan Sobey

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Rabbit70  
Last month

Cheater off court, cheater on court.

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Food for thought  
Last month

Not sure how you can call it a "no issue". Wiley got sent out for saying words, while Webster is here untying shoes which could potentially lead to dangerous slips and injuries.

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Greggo  
Last month

haha you guys can't be serious hahahaha. Slips and injuries.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Not a huge deal since no damage was done, but at the same time pretty poor form and bad sportsmanship. Small chance Norton could have hurt himself.

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Anonymous  
Last month

He could have broken his nick!

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Anonymous  
Last month

He playfully fiddles with his shoelace. He hardly tries to untie it. It's called gamesmanship. Get a grip you muppets. And to the guy bringing up the Sobey kick, what is Sobey supposed to do when Andersen is standing on his foot/ankle? Just leave his leg there till he gets off?

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Anonymous  
Last month

I think you're playfully fiddling with something.

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Greggo  
Last month

It's a real non iss shoe.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Maybe he was helping Norton tie his shoelaces.

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robt  
Last month

possibly thought he was adjusting his own, perhaps. I mean both sets of laces were pretty close, eh!?

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Anonymous  
Last month

It's amazing how a thread about New Zealand and Perth immediately gets hijacked and made to be about Adelaide. I guess when you get smashed by Illawarra it is a slow news week.

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LoveBroker  
Last month

Looks like just a bit of fun Norton didn't seem to take offence at all.

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Mock  
Last month

Webster is just GOOFING off

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Anonymous  
Last month

He is a cheeky one that Webster. Good on him. Don't try it in Wollongong though or else it would be a double tech.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Don't do it to Sobey or Drmic either because they will flail so hard you'll be called for a shooting foul. And when someone points this out, you'll be told that you have to learn to play better defense.

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UseTaHoop  
Last month

I'm sure that’s been done before in Harlem Globetrotters’ games.

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Anonymous  
Last month

He should have been ejected from the game for that, but the refs are so biased against Perf

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proud  
Last month

I think it's genius, i mean its natural instincts that when someone touches your shoe you think about it as you're running down the court and could be slightly distracted,

A few of us in the crowd got a chuckle out of it

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