Originally posted on Backyard Sports Blog  |  Last updated 1/2/13
The Detroit Pistons beat the Sacramento Kings 103-97 yesterday.  Long time veteran Charlie Villanueva was tossed from the game after a flagrant foul on Isaiah Thomas.  If you ask me it looked like a normal foul other than the fact that Thomas went to the ground and got back up like he wanted to fight.  Villanueva looked to be going after the ball and only made contact to Thomas' arms.  Not sure how this caused an ejection.  Might have something to do with Thomas being 5'9, 185 pounds and Villanueva being 6'11, 232 pounds.  That tends to make things look a little worse than they actually are.  Video of the foul below. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
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