If there's one thing the NBA doesn't tolerate, its Lebron James slander.
Detroit Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy could be looking at a heavy fine after his statement on how the refs called game one against Lebron James.
"A couple calls have upset our guys," Van Gundy told Salters. "They've got to understand, LeBron's LeBron. They're not going to call offensive fouls on him. He gets to do whatever he wants. They've got to understand that."
Officiating a game with Lebron James has to be one of the toughest tasks a ref has ever experienced.
The NBA has never seen a player with his size and strength that moves as fast as he does. He is extremely powerful and hard to stop when he squares his shoulders. It's hard for refs to determine what is truly a foul by him or against him.
With that being said, LBJ get a lot of leeway on defense with physical play. He rarely gets in foul trouble. Refs often look the other way when he throws his body around.