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Date Posted: Wednesday, December 15, 11:23:17pm
Author: VBC
Subject: I think CLK is correct here, Matt.
In reply to: CLK 's message, "I do not believe your interpretation is correct. I am no expert, and could be wrong, but my understanding is that the possession arrow goes to the team who does not win the initial jump ball. It only changes if there is a held ball (or other event that would trigger a jump ball under the old rules). It does not matter who took the last shot. At least that is how I understand the rule." on Wednesday, December 15, 06:43:07pm

I also thought we should have had the ball to open the second half.

I am also disappointed about the seating arrangements. I was in row G and expected to see you in row H. Row H was empty and you were back aways with WVU fans in row I. That is not right.

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