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NBA Won’t Punish Rondo for Foul on Miller

With 0.2 seconds remaining, Brad Miller seemingly had a clear path to the hoop to tie the game. As he went up for the shot, he was boxed in the head by a leaping Rajon Rondo. Miller missed the shot, and the two subsequent free throws in the Bulls 106-104 loss. The NBA, meanwhile, has decided they will not punish Rondo for the hard foul.

Bulls coach Vinny Del Negro was fuming that Rondo wasn’t called for a flagrant foul. Should he have been? You be the judge:

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  1. and why should they? If you can’t get two FREE points to tie the game, then the end is already written. Good for us, bad for them.

    Posted by Josh | April 29, 2009, 8:19 pm

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