No they still call it a flagrant 1 or 2 on the court. Then they automatically review it with the option to change the call.
It used to be they could only review flagrant 2 calls.
In this case it was called a flagrant 1 and upon video review it was upgraded to a flagrant 2 during the game.
Ah thanks. I didn't know that's how they were doing it. Does this mean Dudley's foul on Rondo was officially changed to a flagrant before review, because that's not how they called it originally. I knew they could get together to ask each about technicals or who the ball went off of, but I didn't know they could make a different call that far after the fact. I guess they can just stop the game for any common foul now.
I only asked because I was reading differently prior to the season.
"So the call is 'flagrant foul' and then you go the tape, and you decide whether it's a 1 or a 2, or in some rare instance, maybe even a common foul," Stern said.