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NBA Acknowledges Oversight In Officiating During Warriors Vs. Spurs Matchup


On Friday night, the Golden State Warriors secured a 118-112 victory over the San Antonio Spurs, maintaining an 18-point lead at one stage. While not the most convincing win for Golden State, they gladly accepted it, considering the game was at risk of slipping away in the final minutes.

The NBA’s Last Two Minute Report for this matchup has been released, revealing one crucial missed call that could have significantly impacted the game if the Spurs had capitalized on it. With less than a minute remaining, Warriors guard Gary Payton II lost the ball out of bounds. The NBA later confirmed that he had dribbled it off Cedi Osman’s foot, meaning possession should have stayed with Golden State.

Despite the Spurs being wrongly awarded possession, they failed to score, rendering the missed call ultimately inconsequential. Nevertheless, it held significance at the time, especially with the game being a mere four-point difference when Payton lost the ball. A score from San Antonio would have narrowed it down to a one-possession contest.

For the Warriors, securing every win is crucial, and although they didn’t anticipate such a close encounter with the Spurs, they recognize the importance of the hard-fought victory.

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