Hawks-Star Trae Young complained after the bankruptcy against the Wizards about a lack of fouling whistles. The reason for his frustration is a control change of the NBA, which should prevent the shape of fouls.
I do not want to collect too big fine, but it s frustrating, said Young after the 111: 122 defeat in the US capital. The Point Guard finished the game of 15 points (6/17 FG) and 13 assists, but only three times to the line. In addition, he received a technical foul from the referees.
There was a lot of fouls that were not spoiled, the 23-year-old led his dissatisfaction with the impartial. That s basketball. It feels like you re still learning it and you... I do not know. It s frustrating.
Young frustration referred primarily to a policy change that should no longer reward the shape of contact of an offensive player against his defender with a whistle. James Harden and Young are considered the players who are most affected by the policy change. The Nets star had finally expressed concern that he is disadvantaged by the referees because of his reputation.
I ve heard that James said it s about him, but not only one or two players are visual, says Young. Look at the games. Damian Lillard has probably laid only 17 points on average since his rookie season, Devin Booker stands at 18 points per game.
Compared to the preseason, the average free throw tests in the first games of the new playing time are heavily liked with the stars as well as in young and harden. Young went in the past season per game 8.7 times the line, 2021/22 he stands after five games at 4.4 free throw tests.
Rule change of the NBA? The best thing the league has done
If these guys are drawn to the basket and be brought out of balance, then that s still a foul - whether they use their body or their hands, the guard realized, but also to give: Suddenly the direction to change or jump in the defenders - that s something else again. With certain aspects of the control change I agree, but some fouls are just still fouls and players can be hurt.
Of many other players or those responsible, the policy changes are meanwhile received positively. Wizards-Forward Kuzma wrote after the game against Hawks on Twitter: The rule changes are the best that the league has done in the recent past.
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Warriors coach Steve Kerr also satisfied: I love it. I think the impartial make a great job. The game has become more authentic. Warriors-Star Stephen Curry was also victims of the control change as he wanted to pull a foul in a trial, but did not get the whistle.