Originally Posted by dsmith421
I don't think so. Jackson deflected the ball, but a Butler player clearly got a touch before it crossed the halfway line. If anything, that no-call was less defensible than the jump ball because the refs got it objectively wrong.
I was at the game and that ref was looking for any excuse to give a jump ball there. Absolutely shocking Hollywood call.
You may be right on the back court. It was a tough call to make the way it happened though.