“This is an example of an Unnatural Act that would be reviewed as a hostile act, and would then be ruled a Flagrant Foul, Penalty 2. The offensive player, Rajon Rondo, unnaturally extends his leg, and he unnecessarily and excessively contacts the groin area of his opponent, Dennis Schroder. This is a non-basketball play by the offensive player, and there is high potential for injury as well. A Flagrant Foul, Penalty 2 is defined as contact that is unnecessary and excessive. The penalty for a Flagrant 2 is two free throws for the offended player, his team would retain possession of the ball, and the offending player is ejected from the game. 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.”