“This is an example of a Flagrant Foul, Penalty 1. The offensive player, Jordan Poole, unnaturally extends his right leg into the landing area of the defensive player, Kent Bazemore, causing him to roll his ankle, and fall to the floor. Whether intentional or not, this is a dangerous play, and there is potential for injury. This rule applies equally for both offensive and defensive players. A Flagrant Foul, Penalty 1 is defined as contact that is unnecessary. The penalty for a Flagrant 1 is two free throws for the offended player, and his team would also retain possession of the ball. Note also that any called foul that could potentially be ruled flagrant, will be reviewed via Instant Replay, to determine if it is a Flagrant 1, a Flagrant 2, a Technical Foul, or a common foul. “