“There was an agreement that the score was wrong between both teams which alerted me to go and try to figure what was going on. Everyone agreed that the score at the end of the third was correct 89-73 Chicago. I had the score book and the play-by-play cross reference the statistical information and in doing so we found that the score for Denver was -2. They had 8 in the book but they had 10 in the play-by-play. They did that during play so we could keep the game moving. They fixed it and we moved on. The confusion came when Chicago lost two points, but the incident was solved by cross referencing the book and the play-by-play.”