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  • How would you describe the feelings and reaction of the bucks and their players after that foul is called on Yanis that decides the game?

  • I mean, take your pick.

  • Greeny shocked, disappointed at an utter lost.

  • It wasn't the fact that they lost the game, greenie.

  • It was the manner in which they lost it.

  • I just watched Bucks player after bucks player Mike Budenholzer, assistant coach after assistant coach, just not fully able to process it yet Yanis attend to Campo.

  • In the two years that I've covered him, he oftentimes talks about how he just needs to go back to the tape.

  • He sometimes finds a little bit of solace in it.

  • He is a student of the game.

  • But when I asked him what he was hoping to gain from going back and looking at that replay again, he said he wasn't trying to determine whether or not the foul was legitimate because he said, it's already said and done.

  • What he was trying to determine is how he could manipulate his body or do something differently in the future.

  • But I will tell you greeny after this all ended after that game ended and they came back to the hotel.

  • I saw Bucks players go to the restaurant that's over the bridge to have a team meeting, because this isn't something that they wanted to process alone.

  • No, I get it, and I understand their frustration.

  • And the reality is this is a team that was the best all season long, and here they are in a two hole against a really good team.

  • What is their mindset now?

  • Going into a critical game?

  • Three?

  • Well, when they were speaking postgame, all of the guys were very clipped in their answers.

  • They were very short in what they said.

  • They were obviously disappointed and they kept saying, Well, you just have to move on to Game three.

  • You just have to move on to Game three.

  • We just have to go out and get the next one.

  • So that is their mindset.

  • I believe that this is a group of professionals that just wants to move on to the next.

  • But this one's going to be a little harder than most to set aside.

  • And also the Bucks do not have a good track record from coming back from an 02 deficit in the playoffs thes last couple of years, they've had some really good runs, particularly last season.

  • This year, the going got tough early.

  • Now this is a group that if you ever ask Yanis about what a team does to him, it's really a nonstarter.

  • It's all about what he could do better.

  • So they're going to be turning the mirrors back in on themselves and looking at okay, How can we avoid being even in the situation right where it comes down to?

  • The last caller in this case, the last two calls because of that three point foul on Chris Middleton as well?

  • Absolutely.

  • Malik Andrews.

  • Outstanding work down there in the bubble.

  • Thank you.

  • We will check in with you as this week continues again.

  • Great drama last night and let me bring my basketball crew back in here for more conversation.

  • We have coach Fizz back with me this morning.

  • I do, and there's Richard Jefferson getting a little coffee here because he is.

  • He's the superstar of the day, and I'm gonna bring some muscle into this conversation in a minute because I'm feeling emboldened coach fizz by the most recent conversation before we get to Richards tweets.

  • I'm just going to say it.

  • I didn't say it quite as strongly when I had you on earlier this morning.

  • I hate both calls.

  • I hate the call.

  • Coach is I hate to call on the first one, and I hate to call at the end that it decides the game in a playoff game.

  • What do you think?

  • I totally agree, Greeny.

  • I hate both calls.

  • I think it should have been no calls on each call.

  • Let the players figure that out, but the calls were made.

  • But at the end of the day, I totally agree.

  • Right there.

  • Gordon Dragon is in perfect position.

  • Hands up.

  • He even looks away a little bit so that he doesn't even keep this momentum going forward.

  • I hate that call.

  • Right There is tough to guard shooters as it is.

  • And now you get that call Thio really impact the game.

  • But then, yeah, this is called obviously a tough call to end the game with no time on the clock.

  • Um you know, after fighting back, that's that's really tough to swallow its brutal Richard.

  • I'm gonna take it a step further.

  • As we were sitting and watching that greeny go ahead green, green, green, greeny Really quickly.

  • One thing that you always ask players.

  • One thing thanks is one thing that you always ask players is.

  • Would you want that call?

  • If that was Goran Dragic shooting that shot and it was Middleton that close Goran Dragic would lose his brain about that call.

  • If that was Yonas shooting that faint away and it was Jimmy Butler getting that close to him, Jimmy, like Yonas would lose his brain.

  • That's why those calls will stand instead.

  • I don't I don't like him.

  • No one likes it.

  • None of the players like him.

  • But one thing that we can all agree on is if that was Gordon Dragic shooting it.

  • And if that was Chris Middleton, Goran Dragic would want that call.

  • So you can't complain about something you would want but not want against you.

  • Here's something else.

  • That's something we can all agree on.

  • Richard Damien Woody is bigger and stronger than all of us put together, and so I'm bringing some muscle into this conversation.

  • D would loves basketball.

  • What did you think of those calls green?

  • It was He doesn't care.

  • E nobody tunes in to see the reps at the end of the game.

  • I don't know tuning in because I want to see the players, and then you're gonna go and then you're gonna make two Bs cause at the end of the game to decide the game.

  • Come on, that's just garbage.

  • Everybody knows if that happens on the blacktop, we scrap it.

  • We are scrapping.

  • So I'm gonna make that call in the N B A game.

  • Come on.

  • And r J, you're doing all of this kind of jogging.

  • Well, I can see it in all of this.

  • Come on, dog.

  • You know you know better than us.

  • You don't make that.

  • Agreed.

  • You don't make.

  • Listen, I'm saying I don't like those calls.

  • I'm agreeing with you.

  • What I'm saying is that for every player that wants to complain about that foul called against them, he would want that call in the same position.

  • So how does it that you, ref, that I don't want those calls, But ultimately, if you're gonna call one, you're going to call the other.

  • So if it wasn't for that first call, the game wouldn't be tied.

  • And if it wasn't for the second call That what I'm saying.

  • So ultimately Miami was going to be in the advantage.

  • Regardless, if neither of those calls were made was.

  • So was I the only one who noticed that D would yell that R J and R.

  • J responded to me.

  • You're a smart man.

  • I e o d would yell at him.

  • Roger goes, Now listen, greeny.

  • He wants no part of that.

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