SAN FRANCISCO — The NBA’s Final Two Minute report confirmed a missed foul name on Klay Thompson as time expired within the Golden State Warriors’ 116-113 win towards the Sacramento Kings on Monday night time, saying that Thompson did make contact with Kevin Huerter’s arm, which affected his jump-shot try, on his 3-point try that would have tied the rating.
The Kings trailed by three when De’Aaron Fox inbounded the ball to Huerter with 1.3 seconds remaining. Huerter tried a 34-footer over Thompson, who appeared to hit Huerter on arm in the course of the shot try.
If Huerter made that shot or was awarded three free throws, he might have despatched the sport to time beyond regulation.
“The NBA knows it’s a foul, and basically all they’ll tell us is they missed the call, but you still lost,” Kings coach Mike Brown mentioned Monday night time.
The Final Two Minute report additionally confirmed that Stephen Curry traveled with 16.1 seconds remaining within the sport, which additionally went uncalled.
That is the second time prior to now week that missed calls have value the Kings a sport.
After their 110-107 loss to the Miami Warmth on Wednesday, the Final Two Minute report revealed a missed journey name on Tyler Herro on what led to his game-winning bucket with 18.1 seconds remaining within the sport.
“It’s tough being a Sacramento King,” Brown mentioned. “Because Kevin got fouled … I just want, at the end of the game, somebody to step up and make the right call. A guy gets hit on the arm shooting a 3, that’s a foul. A guy takes six steps, or three, four steps, that’s a travel.”