NBA Admits Mess Up in a NO-CALL! Oklahoma City Thunder vs Utah Jazz Game

The National Basketball Association (NBA) admits that there indeed was a no-call in the Utah Jazz’s win over the Oklahoma City Thunder Tuesday of 140-139.

This was a high scoring game that went into overtime. Thunder star Kevin Durant went up for the game-winning 3pt shot and was clearly fouled by Utah Jazz’s C.J. Miles in the last second. Durant looked to the officials, but there was no call. He tried to tell them that his hand was hit hard but it was too late, the buzzer sounded and the final score was already in.

“On the final play of Tuesday’s Oklahoma City-Utah game, the officials missed a foul committed by the Jazz’s C.J. Miles on the Thunder’s Kevin Durant during a three-point shot attempt,” said Joel Litvin, NBA president of league and basketball operations.

Fine time to say something or review the tapes now huh?

If the officials review plays in the last few seconds of the game, tell me why no one reviewed this no-call?

By the NBA admitting this does NOT make the thunder add a win to their column, it is too late for that. If the foul was called properly, Durant would have went to the line and shot 3 freethrows and, ultimately, win the game.

What do you do when its too late except apologize, the refs need to call the games right.

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