Another late no-call after a prolonged testimonial by authorities led to one more Duke loss in meeting play Saturday as the Blue Devils shed 69-62 in overtimeto No 8 Virginia.
Weeks after celebrity fresher Kyle Filipowski was punched in the throat late in a video game vs. Virginia Tech– which was assessed and also established it did not necessitate an ostentatious foul– authorities on Saturday once more assessed a play entailing Filipowski that would certainly have made a decision the video game and also possibly turned it in support ofDuke And once more authorities determined versus calling a foul.
With the video game bound at 58 in the last secs of guideline of a back-and-forth video game vs. the cavaliers, Filipowski increased for a layup to possibly win the video game and also missed out on the shot at the edge as time ran out. Officials originally called a foul on the play, however after a testimonial they swung off the foul and also sent out the video game to overtime.
Reece Beekman had what originally resembled a tidy block on Filipowski, however at completion of the play call was made that required the foul in a bang-bang series. The call, however, might have desired the horn had actually gone off, therefore unlocking for the authorities to take out the foul telephone call.
CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander consulted with an officiating resource after the video game that claimed it showed up that a prohibited call foul was dedicated by Virginia on the play however authorities throughout the testimonial most likely established that it took place after the clock struck no.
Had the foul telephone call stood, Filipowski, a 77% free-throw shooter getting in the video game (that was 0-for-2 from the line vs. UVA) would certainly have been sent out to the free-throw line to fire 2 shots and also possibly win the video game in guideline forDuke Instead, the Cavaliers utilized the added time to rally at house to a seven-point success.
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