“Lakers vs Warriors Ends in Controversy” What went wrong?

During a recent game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors, there was an unusual ending that left many fans scratching their heads.

The shot clock wasn’t working correctly, and there was a lengthy review to determine if LeBron James had stepped out of bounds during a three-point shot made in the fourth quarter.

Crew Chief David Guthrie, in a Pool Report with Khobi Price of the Southern California News Group, explained the ruling, saying that the shot clock malfunctioned during live play, which allowed Golden State to continue playing beyond 24 seconds.

Guthrie stated that although officials are responsible for noticing a shot clock malfunction, once it occurs, they cannot change the call. Overall, this was a challenging game for both teams, with several unexpected twists and turns. However, the officials did their best to make fair and unbiased calls throughout the game.

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