This Technical Foul Called In UNC vs. Stanford Game Was Ridiculous
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Yesterday's North Carolina vs. Stanford game at the “Maui Invitational” in Asheville, N.C. featured this insane technical foul called by Teddy Valentine, who's infamous for terrible calls... Really?!?

(The Spun)
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He pulled himself up! Though that never gets called! It is not a technical in today's games!
Reply2 months
Correct Call.
Reply2 months
Bull shite.
Reply2 months
Anyone who thinks that this should be a technical can kick rocks. I want to see some flash in the game. The dude didn’t disrespect anyone. Just yammed one home.
Reply2 months
What is ridiculous is that UNCheat got away with phony classes.
Reply2 months
It's been the same way since I played in college buddy. You need to swing as to not hurt yourself, all good. Don't pull up on the rim like you're at the Rucker dumbass or you're going to catch a T.
Reply2 months
Why is the Maui invitational in asheville
Reply2 months
I laughed twice at this. First time was because I thought your comment was a joke. The second time was because I don’t think you are joking.
2 months
He did it to regain his balance so he didnt fall on his back when he let go. Bad call. "a player isn't allowed to pull themselves up or hang on the rim after a dunk attempt unless that player is doing so to avoid injuring himself or another player. "
Reply2 months
Hanging on the rim use to always be a tech unless you did it not to land on someone. You rarely see it called today
Reply2 months
He pulled up on rim, that’s what got him.
Reply2 months
or dont pull up on the rim?
Reply2 months
No way that warranted a technical foul.
Reply2 months
Yeah that's pretty egregious. Refs should be fined for crap like that.
Reply2 months
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