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NBA officials are known for controlling games, and today’s ejection of Pistons rookie Cade Cunningham illustrates why. A reverse slam that led to the first-year guard pointing at his victim — resulting in his second technical foul of the game and an early shower. Watch:
Cade Cunningham received his 2nd Technical foul and was ejected for this. 🤨
— Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) January 16, 2022
Obviously a rookie that’s won just 10 games all year shouldn’t be showboating down a twenty piece at home to the best team (record wise) in the NBA, but let’s keep in mind that the kid should be able to have some fun, too. Kicking a rookie out the game for a gesture that wasn’t demonstrative in the slightest way was a mistake the league needs to own up to.
The NBA’s current lack of accountability essentially assures us that this officiating crew will receive every check for this game on time. No ramifications for negligentally sending a player home when half those fans in attendance paid to see him.
Phoenix would go on to blowout the Cunningham-less Pistons 135-108.
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Who cares? The NBA hates white people. Sad that this country has gone backwards. Grew up never seeing color. Balls Don’t Lie is ignorant race baiter. Let’s not fall for it. All of us are Americans.
Hell yes got his team within 20,nba looking forward to football ending hoping to pick up a few viewers but pga probably will have better ratings.
Geez. We have the worst pro sports teams and governors in America for the last two decades. After Michigan getting exposed. What’s left? We don’t even get the common curtesy of a reach around.