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Coincidence or Las Vegas?

The game tonight against the Chicago Bulls was just one of the most horribly officiated games I've ever seen.  The refs seemed to miss a lot of calls, but what I'm starting to realize is that the Bulls fans were complaining about the calls as well, especially in the 4th quarter after Flip Saunders picked up a technical, so that got thinking, did the officiating wake up or were they simply trying to keep the game close.  If my memory serves me correct, the Bulls were up by 8 at the time of Flip's T and it looked like they were about to blow the Wizards out, but then all of a sudden they started calling calls on the Bulls, like Kurt Thomas moving screens or his push off going for rebounds.  So do you all think the officiating changed as a result of just Flip voicing his displeasure or do you think the refs had money on this game?

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