A List of Jeremy Lin NBA Missed Stats & Non-Calls

 

@yascar suggested we create a Sticky Post where we can keep records of Jeremy Lin’s NBA missed stats & egregious non-calls. We may add videos and whether or not we request NBA to correct the stats. I’m not sure I have the right procedure yet so @yascar and others may update this post later

For now, simply add new posts for new non-calls (especially flagrant ones) & missed stats. Thank you.

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Here is the list of coverage links on the “Too Flagrant Not To Call” Youtube videos:

Date             Title, Author, Publication
04/14/2016 Open Season on Jeremy Lin? In Video, Fan Highlights Hard Fouls, Andrew Keh, New York Times Frontpage

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04/13/2016 The New Linsanity: Why Jeremy Lin May Have A Point for the Lack of Flagrant Fouls, Tom Haberstroh, ESPN Video

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04/13/2016 Why Jeremy Lin Discussion Always Comes Back To Race, Ben Gibson, HoopsHabit
04/12/2016  Is Hornets guard Jeremy Lin slighted by NBA officials when it comes to foul calls?, Jonathan Jones, Charlotte Observer
04/12/2016 Fans Wonder Why Jeremy Lin Doesn’t Get More Flagrant Foul Calls; Lin Thinks They Have A PointTom Ley, DeadSpin
04/12/2016 NBA responds to viral video about hard fouls on Jeremy Lin, Larry Brown, Larry Brown Sports
04/12/2016 Is Jeremy Lin getting shafted on foul calls because he’s Asian?, Michael Rosen, Fusion
04/12/2016 These NBA Fans Are Trying To Get Jeremy Lin Some Damn Respect, Justin Block, HuffingtonPost
Why aren’t referees calling flagrant fouls when Lin gets hit in the head?
04/08/16      Frequency of Hard Fouls on Jeremy Lin Raise Suspicion of Racial Bias Among NBA OfficialsGabriel Reilich, Good Magazine
04/08/2016 Reddit: Too Flagrant Not To Call, PZinger6, Reddit

Other publications:
Date             Title, Author, Publication
04/14/2016 Video documents beating Jeremy Lin routinely takes on the court, Matt Young, Chron
04/13/2016 NBA: Frequent No-Calls on Jeremy Lin is An Example of Racial Discrimination?, Enrico Cuenca, Movie News Guide
04/12/2016 Fans Think NBA Refs Are Biased Against Jeremy Lin; They May Be Right, Tanya Ray Fox, SportsGrid

Professional Evaluation from Former NBA Referee, Ronnie Nunn

1. Ronnie Nunn evaluated the video and concluded at these + all FF’s need review by the NBA

@NunnBetterRefs Ronnie Nunn
ps-The video is clear; Lin fans made their case in a well-written note. I offered that these+all FF’s need review

2. This one shows that this non-call should have warranted a FF-1 (unnecessary) or possibly a FF-2 ejection (unnecessary & excessive) w/contact to face of Lin

https://twitter https://indiaviagra.net/viagra-india/.com/linfinity88/status/707031422003843073

 

Date          Game                 Missed Stats

12/19/14  OKC @ Lakers     Nick Young’s 3 is off Lin’s assist but was not recorded. Any video made?

http://www.jlinportal.com/g26-okc-lal-game-thread/#comment-1751252544 @ttnn Lakers strip another Lin assist here! The Young 3 pts is Lin’s assist, but did not counted again. what happened?

 

 

137 Comments

  1. Jeremy Lin IS a NBA missed stat!

  2. Haha Lady first!

  3. Athletes need to have short memory in order to make the next move. However, what we missed are the crap that goes on everyday in LA practice gym. What is BS doing to Lin, what are his teammates thinking ? Wish to know.

  4. LOL so true!

  5. These are the three I can remember. Thanks to Blaiyan.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIbTUrHysdE

  6. Thanks blubell. These are great. Will find out how to send these to the NBA. And thanks to Psalm for creating this thread for me.

  7. I am not sure if someone already did this. But if we can also have a record/video of these phantom calls from those biased refs, that would be great.

  8. I mailed NBA last season, they just sent back a generic reply, anyway, I didn’t expect them do anything at all…

    On Tuesday, March 11, 2014 2:29 PM, NBA Letters wrote:

    Dear ???,

    Thank you for contacting the National Basketball Association with your concerns regarding officiating. The NBA’s highest priority is to ensure that every game is determined on its merits.

    We take seriously the performance of our officials. They are subjected to incredible scrutiny by the league, including tracking every call they make and holding them to the most rigorous standard in all of sports. Not only is their past performance measured, charted, and evaluated, but we employ a system of stringent metrics designed to continually hone their skills and improve their overall ability. We strive to ensure that NBA games are officiated at the highest possible level with the understanding that perfection is an unattainable goal.

    Thank you again for your concern. We appreciate your feedback regarding this issue.

    Sincerely,

    NBA Fan Relations

    —–Original Message—–
    From: ???
    Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2014 12:49 PM
    To: NBA Letters
    Subject: Officiating in the NBA

    FROM: ???

    MESSAGE:
    Please review the bad officiating of ref #77:

    1. at 2:00 min. mark – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HODnp2oKQj0#aid=P95TQnGyapo

    2. at 2:55 min. mark – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zitnl6XPl4

  9. I remember someone also did request a correction with video link recently.
    And NBA changed it but I’m not sure if it’s due to the request.
    So it’s worth sending it.

    Thanks for the [email protected] email address.

  10. List of Nonsense Fouls / Non-calls on Jeremy Lin:

    3/27/2013, vs 76ers: 1st Q, @0:57.2 – Arm open a little wide => Offensive foul & TO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRIm1KRX4Qw

    3/27/2013, vs 76ers: 4th Q, @9:23 – Leg kick, defender bumped to Lin’s leg and not defend straight up => Off foul & TO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRIm1KRX4Qw

    4/25/2014, Playoff G3 @ Trail Blazers: OT @4:02 – Hammered on the head by Aldridge => Not even Flagrant 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24etDfmzK1U

    4/30/2014, Playoff G5 vs Trail Blazers: 1st Q, @5:49 – Clean block => Foul. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDSlIOYf3QE

    10/28/2014, vs Rockets: 2nd Q, @7:25 – Beverly tripped Lin, Lin fell and lost ball => Non-call, a TO + T. Jones got a steal.

    10/31/2014, vs Clippers: 4th Q, @4:06 – DeAndre Jordan smacked Lin and whole body contact on drive, Jordan should be fouled out (6th foul) => Non-call + Jordan got a block! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QgUJhvkP1U,

    11/1/2014, @ Warriors: 2nd Q, @4:12 – Curry leg kick and fell, got +1 => Lin blocking foul. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HvBKznjwz8

    11/11/2014, @ Grizzlies: 1stQ, @6:42 – Wesley Johnson tripped C. Lee => Foul was given to Lin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70Ws37rXtC4

    [I remembered this kind of situation (someone else tripped the player but the foul was given to Lin) happened twice, but I couldn’t find the other one.]

    11/19/2014, @ Rockets: 3rd Q, @10:47 – Ariza blocking Lin while Lin catching the ball in the air, no room for Lin to land
    => Lin Off foul & TO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dTtSL3mqGk, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NP7SQRAypLI

    11/21/2014, @ Maverick: 3rd Q, @ 10:00 – Lin leg kick, defender was moving, not straight up, not allow Lin to land. Should
    be 2pts+1 => Off foul & TO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKlP4Vu3QhA

    11/23/2014, vs Nuggets: 4th Q, @0:16 – Lin touched nothing but ball, stripped ball away from Gallinari, Lakers up by 1 should’ve won the game + no need to overtime => Lin got a foul + Gallinari 1 FT to tie the game to overtime and Nuggets won the game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWsWnrto2E4

    12/23/2014, vs Warriors: 2nd Q, @5:11 –Shot went in + #31 Ezeli blocking should be 2pts+1 => Offensive foul & TO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bbNcJwxrfA

    12/28/2014, vs Suns: 3rd Q, @2:33 – Non-call on drive. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvR4RS4LqX0

    12/28/2014, vs Suns: 3rd Q, @0:33.8 – Bledsoe was moving and blocking (and flopping, look how far he slid away) => Off foul
    & TO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvR4RS4LqX0

    1/5/2015, @ Trail Blazers: 2nd Q, @9:12 – Matthews slapped Lin on the waist, should be +1 => Non-call. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kF71xNVem_Q

    1/7/2015, @ Clippers: 1st Q, @6:07 – Griffin used his arm to hold Lin to give Paul more space to shoot => Non-call. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQQc09XCvng

    1/7/2015, @ Clippers: 1st Q, @4:00 – DeAndre Jordan clearly used his moving left foot to trip Lin and moved back => Non-call, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZ7LCEZU8CU

    1/7/2015, @ Clippers: 2nd Q, @4:32 – D. Jordan used his shoulder to bump Lin to the ground => Non-call. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQQc09XCvng

  11. 1/27/2016
    Non-call Flagrant/Hard Fouls:

    3/6/2012 @Mavericks: 3Q @7:45 – The infamous hard foul on Lin by Jason Kidd was only ruled a common foul. Kidd hit Lin in the head and pulled Lin down to the floor awkwardly => Lin missed both FTs and MDA got a technical foul for complaining and shouting on the sideline.
    Officials: #22 Bill Spooner , #75 Eric Dalen , #68 Marat Kogut

    The below 5 are the most blatant ones (The Brutal Five), so I put them in one video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jyKOp9fwb0

    4/25/2014 Rockets Playoff G3 @ Trail Blazers: OT @4:02 – Lin got hammered in the head by Aldridge and fell down hard => Just a common foul, not even a Flagrant 1.
    Officials: #17 Joe Crawford, #33 Sean Corbin, #22 Bill Spooner

    Based on NBA Video Rulebook, this should be at least a Flagrant foul Penalty 1 (Contact to the head & Contact to opponent’s face). http://videorulebook.nba.com/rule/flagrant-foul-penalty-1/

    10/31/2014 vs Clippers: 4Q @4:06 – DeAndre Jordan hammered Lin with lots of body contact on the drive, Jordan should be fouled out (6th foul) => Non-call + DeAdre Jordan got a block!
    #55 Bill Kennedy, #47 Bennie Adams, #64 Justin VanDuyne


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oQ-aTV2E-0

    12/28/2015 vs Lakers: 2Q @0:22 – Kobe Bryant smashed Lin in the face and the neck, Lin fell down => Not a flagrant foul, just a common foul. The refs didn’t even review that play.
    Officials: #42 Eric Lewis, #11 Derrick Collins, #63 Derek Richardson

    1/9/2016 @ Clippers: 4Q @10:14 – Jeremy Lin got hit in the face (nose bleed) by Wesley Johnson and also got fouled by Jamal Crawford on the drive => Non-call at all.
    Officials: #10 Ron Garretson, #77 Karl Lane, #28 Kevin Scott

    1/23/2016 vs Knicks: 2Q @3:57 – Afflalo hit Lin in the arm and Carmelo Anthony gave Lin an uppercut slap in the face. => No flagrant foul, only a common foul called on Afflalo.
    Officials: #22 Bill Spooner, #70 Brent Barnaky, #20 Leroy Richardson

    3/7/2016 vs Timberwolves #MINatCHA: 4Q @8:55 Jeremy Lin got hit in the face by #5 Gorgui Dieng, => No foul was called.
    Officials: Scott Foster , David Jones , Tre Maddox

  12. 1/27/2016
    Nonsense Fouls & Other Non-calls:
    Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnteRc9IDNTcYfmawJSeGhh0_jBP-avsz

    3/27/2013 vs 76ers: 1Q @0:57.2 – Arm open a little wide => Offensive foul & TO.
    3/27/2013 vs 76ers: 4Q @9:23 – Leg kick, defender bumped to Lin’s leg and not defend straight up => Offensive foul & TO.

    11/25/2013 @ Grizzlies: 2Q @2:57 – Tony Allen elbowed Lin in the head and neck while trying to steal the ball. => No foul called. Allen got a steal and made 2pt shot.

    3/9/2014 vs Blazers: 2Q @0:01.2 – Wesley Matthews grabbed Lin’s right arm was on the drive => No foul called. Lin missed the layup and Matthews got a block!

    4/30/2014 Playoff G5 vs Trail Blazers: 1Q @5:49 – Clean block on Matthews => Foul on Lin & gave Matthews 2 FTs.

    10/28/2014 vs Rockets: 2Q @7:25 – Patrick Beverley tripped Lin, Lin fell and lost ball => Non-call, a TO + T. Jones got a steal. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xqgq4JTApio

    11/1/2014 @ Warriors: 2Q @4:12 – Stephen Curry leg-kicked and fell, got +1 => Lin blocking foul. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HvBKznjwz8

    11/11/2014 @ Grizzlies: 1Q @6:42 – Wesley Johnson tripped Courtney Lee => Foul was given to Lin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70Ws37rXtC4

    [I remembered this kind of situation (someone else tripped the player but the foul was given to Lin) happened twice, but I couldn’t find the other one.]

    11/19/2014 @ Rockets: 3Q @10:47 – Trevor Ariza blocking Lin while Lin catching the ball in the air, no room for Lin to land => Offensive foul & TO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dTtSL3mqGk , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NP7SQRAypLI

    11/21/2014 @ Maverick: 3Q @ 10:00 – Lin leg-kicked, defender was moving and not straight up, didn’t allow Lin to land. It should be 2pts+1 => Offensive foul & TO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKlP4Vu3QhA

    11/23/2014 vs Nuggets: 4Q @0:16 – Lin touched nothing but ball, stripped ball away from Gallinari, Lakers were up by 1 and should’ve won the game + no need to overtime => Lin got a foul + Gallinari 1 FT to tie the game to overtime and Nuggets won the game.

    12/2/2014 @ Pistons: 3Q @6:59 – Lin got the rebound but was pushed out of bound by Josh Smith => No foul on Smith and Pistons gained possession. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwBzNmHCKLc

    12/14/2014 @Timberwolves: 4Q @10:52 – #24 Anthony Bennett arm-pushed Lin away on the drive and refs didn’t call a foul, even the Timberwolves announcers couldn’t believe that. http://stats.nba.com/cvp.html?GameID=0021400351&GameEventID=425#

    12/23/2014 vs Warriors: 2Q @5:11 – Shot went in + #31 Ezeli blocking should’ve been 2pts+1 FT => Offensive foul & TO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bbNcJwxrfA

    12/28/2014 vs Suns: 3Q @2:33 – Non-call on drive.
    12/28/2014 vs Suns: 3Q @0:33.8 – Bledsoe was moving and blocking (and flopping, look how far he slid away) => Offensive foul & TO.

    1/5/2015 @ Trail Blazers: 2Q @9:12 – Wesley Matthews slapped Lin on the waist, should’ve been an “And 1” => Non-call. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kF71xNVem_Q

    1/7/2015 @ Clippers: 1Q @6:07 – Blake Griffin was holding Lin’s arm => Non-call.

    1/7/2015 @ Clippers: 1Q @4:00 – DeAndre Jordan clearly stretched out his left foot to trip Lin, a moving screen and leg trip => Non-call.

    1/7/2015 @ Clippers: 2Q @4:32 – DeAndre Jordan ran into Lin in the face and Lin fell down => Non-call. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6sk4zcQvLw

    1/13/2015 vs Heat: 2Q @7:54 – Lin stripped the ball from Wade. He only touched the ball. That’s a clean steal. => Reaching in foul on Lin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKCuRM-h1gg

    11/18/2015 vs Nets: 4Q @9:41 – Lin’s arm was being held when droving to the hoop. => Non-call. Foul not called on Larkin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4D69m8ajB8&

    12/21/2015 @Rockets: 1Q @2:58 – Harden fell down by himself while running, Lin barely touched him. => Foul on Lin.

    12/21/2015 @Rockets: 1Q @2:45 – Harden was fouled by Walker when shooting, after shooting, Harden’s elbow bumped Lin’s face. => Shooting foul on Lin & 2 FTs to Harden.

    12/21/2015 @Rockets:4Q @2:52 – Lin stood straight not moving his feet at all when Harden shooting jumper => Shooting foul on Lin & 2 FTs to Harden.

    12/23/2015 vs Celtics: 3Q @4:01 – Isaiah Thomas pushed Lin down before he made a 3 pointer. It should be an offensive foul + TO on Thomas & no basket. => Non-call. Thomas got 3pts.

    1/25//2016 @Kings:1Q @3:59 – Cousins goal tending Lin’s layup => Lin missed layup (2 pts) + Cousins got a block. Clifford also got a technical foul (1 FT).

  13. 1/27/2016
    List of Missed Stats:

    Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnteRc9IDNTf7d2gO0WUAbNH8cgTmbZ2i

    3/1/2016 vs Phoenix: 1Q @3:33 Lin passed to Walker for a layup.
    4Q @10:09 Lin passed to Lamb for a jump shot. – 2 assists not credited to Lin. (2->4 AST)

    1/23/2016 vs Knicks: 2Q @9:27 Lin to Kaminsky layup &
    2Q @8:43 Lin to Roberts jump shot – Assists not credited. (5 ->7 AST)

    1/5/2015 @ Blazers: 2Q @7:36 Lin to NYoung 2pts jumper – Assist not counted. (2->3 AST)

    http://stats.nba.com/cvp.html?GameID=0021400517&GameEventID=167#

    12/25/2014 @ Bulls: 3Q @0:20.1 Lin saved the ball and passed it to Boozer for layup – Assist not counted. (2->3 AST)

    http://stats.nba.com/cvp.html?GameID=0021400430&GameEventID=348#

    12/25/2014 @ Bulls: 1Q @1:56 Lin to NYoung’s 3 pts – Assist not counted. (3->4 AST)

    12/19/2014 vs OKC: 3Q @0:24 Lin to NYoung catch and shoot 3 pointer – Assist not counted. (5->6 AST).

    http://stats.nba.com/cvp.html?GameID=0021400392&GameEventID=370#

    12/14/2014 @Timberwolves: 4Q @11:19, Lin long pass to Boozer for layup – Assist not counted. (6->7 AST). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX7nBlcUdKI

    http://stats.nba.com/cvp.html?GameID=0021400351&GameEventID=422#

    12/7/2014, vs Pelicans, 4thQ, @5:47, Lin to Boozer, catch & shoot (no dribbles) jumper – Assist not credited. (4->5 AST)

  14. Excellent! Thank you for posting it here. This helps us get organized 🙂
    I almost forgot about this thread. LOL.
    Keep up the good work!

  15. 1/30/2016

    I just found out that among the 6 games that Lin got flagrant non-calls, the referee #22 Bill Spooner officiated 3 of them. Is that a coincidence?

    3/6/2012 Knicks @Mavericks: The infamous hard foul by Jason Kidd.

    Officials: #22 Bill Spooner , #75 Eric Dalen , #68 Marat Kogut

    4/25/2014 Rockets Playoff G3 @ Trail Blazers: The Aldridge hammer.

    Officials: #17 Joe Crawford, #33 Sean Corbin, #22 Bill Spooner

    10/31/2014 Lakers vs Clippers: The DeAndre Jordan hammer.

    #55 Bill Kennedy, #47 Bennie Adams, #64 Justin VanDuyne

    12/28/2015 Hornets vs Lakers: The Kobe Bryant smash.

    Officials: #42 Eric Lewis, #11 Derrick Collins, #63 Derek Richardson

    1/9/2016 Hornets @ Clippers: The Wesley Johnson hit.

    Officials: #10 Ron Garretson, #77 Karl Lane, #28 Kevin Scott

    1/23/2016 vs Knicks: Carmelo Anthony’s Uppercut.

    Officials: #22 Bill Spooner, #70 Brent Barnaky, #20 Leroy Richardson

    I googled him and found this old news, “Bill Spooner sues AP writer over tweet.” http://espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=6218678

    ————–

    “MINNEAPOLIS — An NBA referee has sued The Associated Press and one of its sports writers over a Twitter message suggesting he intentionally made a bad call to make up for a previous bad call that went against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
    .
    .
    In the second period, Spooner called a foul against a Timberwolves player. According to Spooner’s lawsuit, Wolves coach Kurt Rambis argued the call and Spooner told him he would review it at halftime.

    Rambis said that was fine, but asked how he was supposed to get the points back, according to the lawsuit.

    Spooner says in the lawsuit that he didn’t respond to Rambis. But Krawczynski, seated courtside, posted a tweet that said, “Ref Bill Spooner told Rambis he’d ‘get it back’ after a bad call. Then he made an even worse call on Rockets. That’s NBA officiating folks.”

    The Rockets went on to win the game 129-125.

    .”
    —————

  16. Great job for helping expose the seemingly double-standard in the NBA towards the only current Asian-American player!

  17. Much respect to JAD2456. What a true fan. Thank you for your hard work and dedication.

  18. Thank you @JAD2456:disqus for posting and keeping track of Lin’s mistreatment by Refs. Read or heard somewhere that the organization can also submit complaints including videos to NBA officials for review and correction. Why doesn’t Hornets do that for Lin with obvious blatant Flagrant hits??? It’s inhumane to me to allow this kind of ‘bullying’ / violence keep taking place against Lin without any kind of prevention/intervention from Hornets organization!!!!

  19. Game #65, Hornets vs Rocketts, 12 March 2016. Jason Terry shoved Lin twice and Daniels once in this game, but he was not given technical fouls or thrown out of the game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GlTcHdRC3o&sns=tw

  20. Sat., 26 at Milwaukee 8:30– Road Game
    https://twitter.com/NunnBetterRefs/status/714247788402515973

  21. Here’s an old one on Jason Kidd. Wasn’t trying to pull his hair exactly.

  22. Ref Nunn confirmed Lin fans claims are valid.
    https://twitter.com/NunnBetterRefs/status/719980995060043776

  23. Sport Radio Show Hosts are noticing:

    https://twitter.com/Kroeger/status/719952763929653249

  24. https://twitter.com/raycohen/status/720099397867081728
    Former Referee Nunn said it should have been called “defensive foul”:
    https://twitter.com/IdoAmir/status/720355132378972160

  25. Ronnie Nunn, former NBA Director of Officials , confirmed that it should not have been an offensive foul

    @NunnBetterRefs Ronnie Nunn
    No offensive foul; absolutely & unequivocally no. Ref must have believed something happened as defender jerked head.
    https://twitter.com/NunnBetterRefs/status/720303534063820801

  26. Jeremy Lin has been fouled 813 times over the last 3 seasons, none were deemed a flagrant foul. That is not common. https://t.co/NRDk0nSDXf— Tom Haberstroh (@tomhaberstroh) April 14, 2016

  27. “Jeremy Lin fan from San Jose has NBA feeling heat” From Mercury News Posted: 04/14/2016 12:08:32 PM PDT
    http://www.mercurynews.com/sports/ci_29767411/jeremy-lin-fan-from-san-jose-has-nba?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#link_time=1460663315

  28. @disqus_XDhtc6HOJp:disqus, do you have a twitter account that I can DM you?
    Thanks very much for posting all the good links

  29. What’s yours? I’ll email you.

  30. @JLinPortal but you can email [email protected]

  31. Check your inbox. It may be in junk box.

  32. TAPEI TIMES Sat, Apr 16, 2016, Fans complain over Lin treatment, NY Times News Service
    http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/sport/archives/2016/04/16/2003644074

  33. https://twitter.com/NBAOfficial/status/721064923380510720

    NBA Response to New York Times Story on Flagrant Fouls and Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lin April 15, 2016
    After reviewing our extensive officiating database, we have found no data that suggests Jeremy Lin is disadvantaged by our
    officiating staff. NBA referees use a set of criteria (available here) provided by the league office in determining whether a foul should be called flagrant. Following the game, contact that is deemed flagrant by referees and other hard contact (whether called or not) is reviewed by NBA Basketball Operations. As part of that review, Basketball Operations uses that same set of criteria, multiple video angles and enhancements, and its comparable database to calibrate its judgment. When deemed appropriate, a foul can be upgraded or downgraded and applicable penalties can be assessed. While some of the plays in the
    video involved hard contact, none was subsequently deemed a Flagrant Foul given the full circumstances, angles and comparables from past games.

    With respect to the data, over the last three seasons, Mr. Lin ranked 21st among all players in number of drives to the basket with 1,537. While he has not drawn a flagrant foul in that time, neither have other guards known for their driving ability like Reggie Jackson (2,031 drives), Tony Parker (1,974), Tyreke Evans (1,969), Ty Lawson (1,891), Kyrie Irving (1,649) or Victor Oladipo (1,544). Conversely, Mr. Lin has drawn more common fouls on those drives than any of those previously listed players and has drawn fouls at the seventh-highest rate among the 23 players with more than 1,500 drives.

    Furthermore, given the infrequency of flagrant fouls (roughly 1 per every 500 foul calls), it is not statistically significant that none of Mr. Lin’s 814 fouls drawn were deemed flagrant.

  34. REFEREES—2016 NBA Playoff Officials – Round One
    April 15, 2016
    The following Officials will be assigned to games in the first round of the 2016 NBA Playoffs:
    Bennie Adams, Mark Ayotte, Tony Brothers, Tony Brown, Mike Callahan, James Capers, Derrick Collins, Sean Corbin, Danny Crawford, Marc Davis, Kane Fitzgerald, Brian Forte, Scott Foster, Pat Fraher, Ron Garretson, John Goble, David Guthrie, Bill Kennedy, Courtney Kirkland, Eric Lewis, Mark Lindsay, Ed Malloy, Ken Mauer, Monty McCutchen, Rodney Mott, Jason
    Phillips, Leroy Richardson, Michael Smith, Bill Spooner, Derrick Stafford, Josh Tiven, Tom Washington, James Williams, Sean
    Wright, Zach Zarba, Gary Zielinski
    The following Officials will be assigned as Alternates in the first round of the 2016 NBA Playoffs:
    Brent Barnaky, Matt Boland, Nick Buchert, Kevin Scott, Leon Wood
    * Referee assignments are posted at approximately 9:00am ET each game day.
    http://official.nba.com/

  35. Published on Apr 13, 2016 by JustinNam Sports

  36. Example of NBA Flagrant 2 – Automatic Ejection. This occurrence is similar to what Kobe, Aldridge LeMarcus did to Lin in Houston (playoff, game 3, round 1) as shown in the viral video.

    http://www.nba.com/video/channels/nba_tv/2016/01/18/20160118-mtc-flagrant-two.nba/

  37. NBA responds to fan-made Jeremy Lin flagrant foul video with cold, hard stats,By Nick Martin April 16 at 2:30 PM
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2016/04/16/nba-responds-to-fan-made-jeremy-lin-flagrant-foul-video-with-cold-hard-stats/

  38. Game1 @Heat vs Hornets, 4/17/2-16- Ref Officials: #41 Ken Mauer, #14 Ed Malloy, #33 Sean Corbin.
    1. Lin had 2/4 FGM-A, w/3 trips to FT line made 5/6= total 9pts: 2 lay ups, got hit w/FTs. 2 made layups. Made 5/6FTs.
    2) Two bogus offensive fouls=2 TOs: [email protected]:18- Deing stepped in front of him moving his feet blocking Lin’s path to the
    basket–Ref#41 Ken Mauer called of offensive foul on Lin; [email protected]:28-Winslow stepped in front of Lin moving moving his feet blocking his path to the basket– Ref #33 called offensive foul on Lin.
    3) Noted: Ref#33 did not call foul on Dwayne for pushing Lin out of bound happened right in front of him [email protected]:46

  39. Interesting how anti-free speech NBA has become. So Un-American

  40. *** Lin also responded to NBA statement in today’s article,http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/22/sports/basketball/jeremy-lin-charlotte-hornets.html?smid=tw-share&_r=0 http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/22/sports/basketball/jeremy-lin-charlotte-hornets.html?smid=tw-share&_r=0
    “Jeremy Lin Tries On His Newest Label: Solid N.B.A. Player”, By ANDREW KEH, APRIL 21, 2016. Here’s Lin’s statement, excerpt from the article:
    Lin shrugged this week when asked what he thought about the N.B.A.’s response. He seemed to find it a bit perplexing.
    “That doesn’t address the issue,” Lin said. “To me, not everybody drives the same way, not everybody goes to the basket the same way, not everybody takes contact the same way. I mean, it is what it is. They made their statement. All I know is, you’ve just got to watch the film.”
    https://twitter.com/andrewkeh/status/723232231477657602

  41. Isaiah Thomas swung his left arm and hit Dennis Schroder’s face in Celtics vs Hawks, Round 1, Game 3, 4/22/2016. Compare this to Lin’s Flagrant Fouls Viral Video. No Review. No FF called. But IT might get suspended for this hit!
    https://twitter.com/NBATV/status/723733977408765952

  42. Kevin Durant ejected for a flagrant-2 foul, Thunders vs Mavs, 4/24/2016 https://streamable.com/7aiu
    Commentators: “It’s a FF”. “Anytime you get hit in the head”. https://streamable.com/7aiu
    What a contrast? Where were the NBA whistle calling FF? Why were the commentators broadcasting the games didn’t call out FF seeing Lin got clobbered in the head?

  43. Rd1, Game 4, @Hornets vs Heat, 4/25/2016- WRONG FOUL CALL MADE ON LIN– Offensive instead of Defensive/Blocking Foul on Perpetrators https://twitter.com/manu77728/status/724959174736662528

  44. FF2=Ejection on Markieff Morris Ejected for a Flagrant-2 Foul | Wizards vs Sixers | March 17, 2016 | NBA. This is similar hits on Lin from Kobe, LeMarcus Aldridge, but NO Review, No Ejection, Only Common Foul

  45. Round 1, Game 6, @ Hornets vs Heat, 4/29/2016- No wonder why Lin missed an easy layup? Where were the refs?
    https://twitter.com/hc_jadc/status/726532441704255489

  46. NOTE: Did Cliff/Hornets make any “complaints to the highest levels of the
    league office” when they witnessed Lin get clobbered by Kobe, Melo,
    Harden, and non-star NBA players? Lin fans had to make a complaint on
    Lin’s behalf and it took the published article from NY Times before the
    league rendered their ‘pathetic’ responses???

  47. Thank you heart for posting all the related news, tweets, articles. I haven’t been able to update them. I’m glad and thankful for your hard work and please keep posting them here for the record. I really appreciate it! Thank you! Again, team work rocks!

  48. 5/5/2016
    The referee list in the FF videos.

    Date Fouler Ref 1 Ref 2 Ref 3
    3/6/12 Jason Kidd #22 Bill Spooner #75 Eric Dalen #68 Marat Kogut
    11/25/13 Tony Allen #19 James Capers #29 Mark Lindsay #77 Karl Lane
    4/25/14 LaMarcus Aldridge #17 Joe Crawford #33 Sean Corbin #22 Bill Spooner
    10/31/14 DeAngre Jordan #55 Bill Kennedy #47 Bennie Adams #64 Justin VanDuyne
    12/28/15 Kobe Bryant #42 Eric Lewis #11 Derrick Collins #63 Derek Richardson
    1/9/16 Wesley Johnson #10 Ron Garretson #77 Karl Lane #28 Kevin Scott
    1/23/16 Carmelo Anthony #22 Bill Spooner #70 Brent Barnaky #20 Leroy Richardson
    3/7/16 Gorgui Dieng #48 Scott Foster #36 David Jones #73 Tre Maddox
    3/12/16 James Harden #44 Eli Roe #04 Sean Wright #28 Kevin Scott
    Jason Terry (same game as Harden)

  49. The frequency of each referee involved in the bad officiating game:
    So far, the referees who have the most bad officiating games regarding to Lin’s FF non-calls are
    #22 Bill Spooner (3 times), #28 Kevin Scott (2), and #77 Karl Lane (tied at 2).

    #04 Sean Wright 1
    #10 Ron Garretson 1
    #11 Derrick Collins 1
    #17 Joe Crawford 1
    #19 James Capers 1
    #20 Leroy Richardson 1
    #22 Bill Spooner 3
    #28 Kevin Scott 2
    #29 Mark Lindsay 1
    #33 Sean Corbin 1
    #36 David Jones 1
    #42 Eric Lewis 1
    #44 Eli Roe 1
    #47 Bennie Adams 1
    #48 Scott Foster 1
    #55 Bill Kennedy 1
    #63 Derek Richardson 1
    #64 Justin VanDuyne 1
    #68 Marat Kogut 1
    #70 Brent Barnaky 1
    #73 Tre Maddox 1
    #75 Eric Dalen 1
    #77 Karl Lane 2

  50. I really appreciate you, Jenny and K.P. Chan did for Lin, and all the hard work on the viral video. Many thanks. I hope you don’t mind me posting what I feel will help Lin’s case of potential future mistreatment. We’ll be able to make comparison and use it in our future complaints if need be.

  51. DWade Dirty Plays on Lin.

  52. Of course I don’t mind and please do keep doing it, I’m serious. We need everyone to get involved and appreciate everyone’s contribution. You really have done a great job to keep this thread updated and informed. Great job done indeed!

  53. DWade Dirty Play on Lin. Look at where his left arm and elbow pressing against Lin. Ref looked on, SMH!!!!

  54. Tim Donaghy: ‘100 percent’ of NBA refs gamble, The disgraced former ref joined Colin Cowherd Wednesday, and made some shocking comments about current NBA refs. By Aaron Torres, May 4, 2016 at 2:54p ET
    http://www.foxsports.com/nba/story/tim-donaghy-100-percent-of-nba-refs-gamble-050416

  55. Joe Borgia, NBA Vice President of Replay Center, on Flagrant Foul determination: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6AdzbVpiWU&feature=youtu.be

    https://twitter.com/linfinity88/status/731863944600522752

  56. Rox vs Clippers, 2013-02-15, [email protected]:20, thuggish Ryan Hollins not only Flagrant fouled Lin, but he also kicked Lin on the stomach & stepped on Lin’s leg while Lin fell flat on the floor.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNsdk4R51lI

  57. 5/22/2016, GSW vs Thunder, Draymond Green kicked Steven Adam in the groin. Thunder Coach Donovan cleverly replied to reporter that the League to review the play since Green has done this twice. This is what a good Coach should do to help his player which Cliff or McHale never did for Lin once. https://twitter.com/FOXSports/status/734598193871126528
    http://screengrabber.deadspin.com/draymond-green-levels-devastation-upon-steven-adamss-ba-1778107132

  58. For future reference; New Intentional Fouling Rule: One free throw & possession will apply to last 2-minute of each period not just in 4Q and 2) In-bound situation; 3) Automatic Flagrant=Jumping on opponent’s back to commit a deliberate foul.

    https://twitter.com/highkin/status/753019414392418305

  59. Thx…this should have been implemented long time ago…..good to see something been done now

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