sfam wrote:hands11 wrote:BG was 5-18. He was bailed out all night.
Only other player that put up point for them was CP3 who was 6-16 with 9 FTA.
Blake was 5-18 with 10 FTA.
I bet Blake give Joey good knob.
And even with all the bad calls, Wizard still could have won if they hit more FTA and rebounded better.
LAC looked like a machine in the first, but the Wizards exposed them for the chumps they are. Even with all the opportunities the Wizard missed on, LAC wouldn't have won with help from the refs.
Well lets not go too far. Clearly the Clippers were having an off shooting night. I can't remember Griffin missing that many from inside before. And their defense was pretty damn solid. In fact I'm really impressed the Wizards did as well as they did considering the defense they faced.
Go what far. Its a fact.
You can focus on what the Wizard could have done more that was in their control but the fact is, they did enough to be right there at the end. If not for the refs calls to help the Clippers they would not have won that game. It not about what the Wizards didn't do. Its about what the refs did do.
What is this logic that a team should have to score an extra 10 pts to overcome the refs.
Last night the Wizards played well enough to overcome the refs. Tonight, they didn't. That is a BS way to have play the game. Call the damn game. Let the players determine who wins.