Well how nice of him to admit this. This REALLY irritates me. Why? Find me another example of this when the Lakers were at the losing end of a call… or what about Kobe’s suspensions for “unnatural basketball acts?” It really seems were under a microscope:
IbaBuzzWarriors: So, I was informed by the league office that the NBA DOES NOT voluntarily release its opinion or analysis about controversial judgment calls. The offensive foul ref Bob Delaney called on Monta Ellis is considered a judgment call. The NBA only volunteers its analysis for specific rules violations or in serious circumstances.
The league does, however, share its findings on controversial calls when a member of the media asks. So I asked. And Stu Jackson answered. “We did review,” he said Tuesday. “The call was incorrect.” “After looking at the play, the foul was on (Derek) Fisher and not (Monta) Ellis. It appeared that Fisher pulled Ellis down.” There you have it.