ANSWER: The recent WNBA Basketball All-Star Game.
Didn’t watch the WNBA All-Star game Saturday, but as I read the box score after game I thought there was a misprint in the box score as it showed that the winning team (Team Parker) 119 committed just ONE personal foul and only shot 2 foul shots and the losing team (Team Donnes) 112 committed ONLY TWO personal fouls and shot O foul Shots for the entire game.
I double checked the box score again yesterday and today to see if this was a mistake. But, it wasn’t as the box score was the same as it was yesterday.
If the box is correct then this has to be the least number of personal fouls and foul shots attempted for any basketball I ever seen since I started playing and watching the game 73 years ago in 1944. It is probably also a record for any basketball game that has been played since the NBA started in 1946 at any level from middle school thru to the NBA and WNBA.
Also, there was only 23 combined total turnovers for the game. Parkers team had 12 and Donne’s team had 11.
Officials didn’t have to blow the whistles too many times as with only 3 personal fouls and some of the turnovers had to be non violation turnovers like bad passes, muffs, etc. where no whistle is blown.
Interesting that I have not seen any mention of the number of fouls called and foul shots attempted/
WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF ANYBODY ELSE PICKED UP ON THESE TO FOUL FACTORS AND HAS ANYONE EVER SEEN A GAME WITH SO FEW FOUL SHOT ATTEMPTS AND SO FEW PERSONAL FOULS CALLED?
Also, how about the way that they selected the teams by having 2 captains and they alternated in choosing the 11 players for their team of the 22 total players nominated to play in the game?