Refs reviewing "Toe on the 3 Point Line" this year

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Refs reviewing "Toe on the 3 Point Line" this year 

Post#1 » by DeBlazerRiddem » Tue May 4, 2021 10:14 pm

I had a random thought last night that I feel like I have seen far fewer in-game reviews than previous years looking if a player was behind the 3 point line while shooting to determine if a shot was 2 or 3 points. In fact, I cannot think of a single time I have seen it this season for the Blazers, although I've missed some games here and there.

Did something change in the way they call this? Has this task been given over to Secaucus and happens quietly in the background? Am I just crazy and nothing is different?

Curious about others thoughts because I cant find much on it.
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Re: Refs reviewing "Toe on the 3 Point Line" this year 

Post#2 » by Johnny Bball » Tue May 4, 2021 10:37 pm

DeBlazerRiddem wrote:I had a random thought last night that I feel like I have seen far fewer in-game reviews than previous years looking if a player was behind the 3 point line while shooting to determine if a shot was 2 or 3 points. In fact, I cannot think of a single time I have seen it this season for the Blazers, although I've missed some games here and there.

Did something change in the way they call this? Has this task been given over to Secaucus and happens quietly in the background? Am I just crazy and nothing is different?

Curious about others thoughts because I cant find much on it.


Isn't it reviewed in the office and changed later in the game if it's wrong? I've seen that and the clock running out reversed later in the game.
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Re: Refs reviewing "Toe on the 3 Point Line" this year 

Post#3 » by Maxthirty » Tue May 4, 2021 10:50 pm

They just review it without showing it to us as far as I know. You see the score change randomly at least once a game.
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Re: Refs reviewing "Toe on the 3 Point Line" this year 

Post#4 » by Dr Aki » Tue May 4, 2021 10:54 pm

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Re: Refs reviewing "Toe on the 3 Point Line" this year 

Post#5 » by DeBlazerRiddem » Wed May 5, 2021 1:47 am

Johnny Bball wrote:
DeBlazerRiddem wrote:I had a random thought last night that I feel like I have seen far fewer in-game reviews than previous years looking if a player was behind the 3 point line while shooting to determine if a shot was 2 or 3 points. In fact, I cannot think of a single time I have seen it this season for the Blazers, although I've missed some games here and there.

Did something change in the way they call this? Has this task been given over to Secaucus and happens quietly in the background? Am I just crazy and nothing is different?

Curious about others thoughts because I cant find much on it.


Isn't it reviewed in the office and changed later in the game if it's wrong? I've seen that and the clock running out reversed later in the game.


That makes sense, much better than slowing down the game except when its absolutely critical. I just had trouble finding if there was a specific change in procedure this year or last. Thanks!
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Re: Refs reviewing "Toe on the 3 Point Line" this year 

Post#6 » by Texas Chuck » Wed May 5, 2021 2:21 am

All I know is the toe on the line should be called the Jason Kidd.
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Re: Refs reviewing "Toe on the 3 Point Line" this year 

Post#7 » by Raps in 4 » Wed May 5, 2021 2:28 am

Johnny Bball wrote:
DeBlazerRiddem wrote:I had a random thought last night that I feel like I have seen far fewer in-game reviews than previous years looking if a player was behind the 3 point line while shooting to determine if a shot was 2 or 3 points. In fact, I cannot think of a single time I have seen it this season for the Blazers, although I've missed some games here and there.

Did something change in the way they call this? Has this task been given over to Secaucus and happens quietly in the background? Am I just crazy and nothing is different?

Curious about others thoughts because I cant find much on it.


Isn't it reviewed in the office and changed later in the game if it's wrong? I've seen that and the clock running out reversed later in the game.


This. Some broadcasts might not bring it up though.
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Re: Refs reviewing "Toe on the 3 Point Line" this year 

Post#8 » by Golden Knight » Wed May 5, 2021 3:39 am

Dr Aki wrote:

:lol:

Reminds me of this Lillard shot that the referee signaled as a 3.

How can you, as a referee, confuse the FT circle for the 3 point arc?

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Re: Refs reviewing "Toe on the 3 Point Line" this year 

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