The NBA mocked Southern Antetokounmpo’s free throw order, blocking the Nets’ countdown.
According to an NBA source, the league told the Nets to cut off the timer’s game tactics shown at the top of the Barclays Center in Game 1 of the playoff series against Buck. ordered when the double MVP was standing. The league does not incite teams to insult other players, the source added.
Instead, the Nets stretched out their arms to Mr Wammy, who has long been a fan, during a free-kick effort during Monday’s win in Game 2, and said: Bucks “showed the star a video of him waving his fingers.
Antetokounmpo was found to have violated the free-kick rule in the penalty area – in which the ball must be released within 10 seconds of being taken from the referee – at the end of regulation in Game 1 of the opening round over Milwaukee Miami. The conversion received helped the Heat Force add more time in this game.
The Greek Freak led the NBA with 581 free-kick attempts in the regular season, tied at 68.5 percent. He missed five of his seven free-throw attempts in Game 2 after throwing all three of his three moves in a row on the opening line. The countdown time turned red after he reached the 10-second mark in two attempts during Game 1, and that’s what the offense should be.
The Barclays Center, led by a group of fans from the 114th Division of the Brooklyn Brigade, calculated the time it took for the crowd to release the ball from the line in Game 2 of Antetokounmpo. In most cases, it took 12 or 13 seconds for the fans to score. before he performed his usual order, but no offense whistled.
Ahead of Monday’s game, Nets coach Steve Nash said he didn’t notice the clock on the scoreboard during Game 1.
“I wasn’t [paying attention]. I just want to focus on our team, “Nash said.” It’s all the same confusion: is it a rule? Isn’t it a rule? Are we calling it that? Aren’t we calling it that?
“But there are more important things, and you can just focus on a lot of things, so it’s not necessary yet. Maybe my tone will change. But now I haven’t thought about it much.”
Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer also said he didn’t “feel” the Nets star player’s troll.
“Once upon a time, I felt like people were looking at Jumbotron, but I didn’t know why,” Budenholzer said. “You never know what’s going on there, and it’s rare that I can even point to anything.
– Additional report by Brian Lewis