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  • 07 Aug
    导出博客文章Minnesota coach Cheryl Reeve was livid in her postgame news conference following
    her teams loss in the decisive Game 5 on Thursday night to Los Angeles.After
    congratulating the Sparks for winning the WNBA championship with a 77-76 victory
    over the Lynx, Reeve lit into the officiating.Its really unfortunate that
    players continually put themselves out there, playing and competing at a really
    high level. Whether it was the 8-second call in LA or the game today, doesnt
    matter, OK? The game today, its not fair to the players, Reeve said. Its not
    enough just to apologize or send out a memo that they got something wrong, OK?
    These players are so invested and something must be done about the officiating
    in this league because its not fair to these great players we have.Reeves
    remarks came after the officials didnt review a shot by Nneka Ogwumike with 1:12
    left in the game that appeared on replays to have come after the shot clock had
    expired. The officials never reviewed the play, which gave Los Angeles a 73-71
    lead.By WNBA rules, in the final 2 minutes of a game, plays are only reviewable
    immediately. Earlier in the game, time can elapse off the clock and they can
    still be reviewed.It was reviewable at the time when she shot it, Reeve said.
    The referees at that point didnt think anything was wrong. They didnt understand
    it was the end of the clock. They didnt hear the shot clock. When they put the
    ball in play, the play is no longer reviewable.This wasnt the first missed call
    in this series. In Game 4, the Lynx benefited when the officials didnt call an
    8-second violation late in that game. The WNBA admitted the next day that its
    officials had missed that call.Last season, in the Western Conference finals,
    the Lynx were aided by a foul with 1.5 seconds left in a tie game against
    Phoenix. The league said that foul should not have been called.Its unfortunate
    were having this discussion, Reeve said. The number of people that have
    contacted us and said this shot was no good, its unfortunate. I mean, I dont
    know what happens from there. Maybe they still win. I dont know. Thats why I
    dont want to take anything away from LA.Lynx star Maya Moore didnt realize the
    controversy until asked about it afterward in a sullen losing locker room.OK,
    that doesnt make me feel any better, Moore said.She said she thought she saw one
    of the officials signal for a review and was surprised to hear that didnt occur,
    the details of the final minutes clearly lost in the haze of defeat.Well, it
    doesnt mean anything now, Moore said. Fake
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    to a psychiatric care unit in Arizona. Batsman Jeet Raval, the lone new face in
    New Zealands 16-man squad for the tour of Africa, hopes to treat the opportunity
    as a learning ground to pitch for higher honours.Raval, a 27-year old
    left-hander, was picked ahead of Hamish Rutherford as the back-up opener for Tom
    Latham and Martin Guptill, after scoring 780 runs at 55.71 in the 2015-16
    Plunket Shield, New Zealands first-class competition. He made 202 not out, 139,
    90 and 147 in his last five matches.For me its about learning as much as I can
    and just be myself, he said after New Zealands first training session in
    Pretoria, where the team will be based for a week before flying to Zimbabwe for
    the first Test starting on July 28. The coaches have told me that Im here only
    because I love the game and that theres no need to change anything. So when I
    get the opportunity, Ill be ready to go.Raval, who admitted to being surprised
    at the call-up, said his induction into the national team had been enjoyable so
    far. He said it was very different to the culture shock he had to overcome when
    he migrated from India to New Zealand with his family as a 16-year old in
    2004.Its a nice and relaxed environmeent.dddddddddddd All the boys have been
    welcoming, so Im really enjoying my time so far, he said. We moved to New
    Zealand with the family when I was 16 with mum and dad deciding we wanted a
    lifestyle change. At the start I completely hated it. It was a massive cultural
    change.I couldnt understand a word of what the teacher said on my first day of
    school at Avondale College because I couldnt speak English. I went home and
    started crying to my mum and said, Mum lets got back to India because I dont
    know whats going on here.But now, Ive found a new home here in Auckland for the
    last few years. Ive scored a few runs, and got a call from Gavin Larsen when I
    was playing club cricket in UK. I told my wife first, and then called my dad
    back home in New Zealand. He was over the moon. So I want to just enjoy this
    opportunity and be myself.New Zealand start their tour of Zimbabwe with a
    three-day warm-up fixture in Harare from July 22, before they move to Bulawayo
    for two Tests. They will then return to South Africa for two Tests. ' ' '