Found May 05, 2013 on The Pensblog:
Michael Jordan had the ball.  The game was on the line.  He drives to the free throw line, step back on Byron Russell. Iconic moment in NBA history.  Even if you don't like the NBA you remember that play. Now imagine, directly after that, some marginal NBA player and a horrible former GM got on National TV and said, "Jordan pushed off, that is embarassing.  That is a soft no-call." Maybe that is a little extreme.  Imagine if Lebron James got himself fouled and won the game at the free throw line.  Would the NBA studio hosts go on to call Lebron James a diver?  A fraud?  The face of their league, the best player in the world, would they? On Sunday, Sidney Crosby made this play: Game on the line, playing with a mask that makes him look like Master Shredder, a broken jaw, Crosby got a match up, drove to the net and drew a penalty.  The Pens went on to score the game winning goal on the ensuing powerplay.  (Oh by way, Crosby assisted.) National TV ...

Did Mike Milbury and Jeremy Roenick call out Sidney Crosby for taking a dive?

I might have to admit, that I agree with Mike Milbury and Jeremy Roenick on this one here. I thought it was a bad call. I also thought that Sidney Crosby went down really easy. The word embellishment was on the tip of my tongue as well, after I saw the play live. If I am not mistaken, they're kind of accusing Sidney Crosby of taking a bit of a dive there... Is that what others...
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