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Now I've had a chance to re watch some of this, wow, yes this was much worse than I first realised. (Today I watched much of the game on delay and 1.5x, now I've watched the replays at normal speed)
Vickerman 100% has a fair grievance
Landale's first 3 fouls
1. Jumps up to defend a Wetzell drive, Wetzell elbows him in the face before Landale makes contact with Wetzell on the arm
Correct call would've been offensive foul on Wetzell.
2. Loose ball rebound foul, not much in it.
Landale and Wetzell got tangled up when trying to box each other out. Landale won the rebound.
This is a perfect example of over officiating. Two big men competing fairly for a rebound, got a little tangled but a good aerial contest as Landale got the rebound.
The more times I watch the replay, the more I'm convinced Wetzell flopped and played for a foul. Not much obvious contact yet Wetzell jumps sideways flailing his arm.
Correct decision would've been play on.
3. My oh my. Go watch this one. Clear offensive foul on Wetzell. Just barrels right into Landale.
Correct call- offensive foul on Wetzell.
Incidentally, when searching through for Landale's fouls, I randomly stumbled across another one involving Wetzell. 507, 3rd. Got away with a hook on Peatling, then spun to the hoop where the refs found a foul on Peatling as he contested Wetzell's layup.
That's 3 offensive fouls he got away with, that resulted in fouls on United bigs.
Yanni Wetzell should be buying those refs a very expensive bottle of Scotch.