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  • Referee Joey Crawford Tells Timofey Mozgov to ‘Shut Up’ (Video)

    Referee Joey Crawford Tells Timofey Mozgov to ‘Shut Up’ (Video)

    ESPN has really given viewers at home an up-close look at the NBA Finals, and never has that been more evident than during Game 4. It all started with the LeBron James wardrobe malfunction prior to tip-off.  And then, during the second quarter of tonight’s contest, courtside microphones caught goofball referee Joey Crawford yelling “Do me […]

  • Watch NBA Ref Joey Crawford Take a Spill…Again (Video)

    Watch NBA Ref Joey Crawford Take a Spill…Again (Video)

    NBA referee Joey Crawford is either an attention-starved physical comedy genius, or he’s the klutziest official in the history of professional sports. Normally, of course, you’d never suspect that an official might stumble and fall on purpose during a playoff game. But the flamboyant Joey Crawford has a very long history of stealing the spotlight […]

  • Joey Crawford Leaps Through The Air To Stop a Free-Throw (Video)

    Joey Crawford Leaps Through The Air To Stop a Free-Throw (Video)

    Referee Joey Crawford has done a lot of strange/stupid things over the course of his NBA officiating career, and you can add his latest antics to that list. Watch as Joey Crawford leaps through the air to stop Nikola Mirotic‘s free-throw attempt during Sunday’s game between the Bulls and Clippers:

  • 9 Calls Worse Than Yesterday’s Bears/Lions Decision

    9 Calls Worse Than Yesterday’s Bears/Lions Decision

    Whenever we get too comfortable with the job our referees are doing, there’s always a play like the one in yesterday’s in Bears/Lions game to shake things up and merit new discussions on how much our refs suck. While the call seemed to be inline with the rule, the fact remains that any rule declaring […]

  • The Most Questionable Foul Call In The NBA Playoffs?

    The Most Questionable Foul Call In The NBA Playoffs?

    When it comes to officiating in the sport of basketball, there is no shortage of subjectivity involved.  Much like a holding penalty in football, or a strike in baseball, a foul can be called during almost any play on the hard court (which makes point-shaving all the more likely).  It all depends on whether the […]