NBA admits referees missed game-deciding foul on no-call against Chris Duarte

NBA admits referees missed game-deciding foul on no-call against Chris Duarte

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NBA admits referees missed game-deciding foul on no-call against Chris Duarte

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Scott Agness @ScottAgness
NBA’s Last Two Minute Report confirms Hawks guard Kevin Huerter fouled Chris Duarte on his go-ahead layup attempt. PM

J. Michael Falgoust @ThisIsJMichael
Shades of last yr’s team transition D. Duarte attacks his mismatch but they get beat off a make. Should never happen. How? See LeVert weakside corner. When Duarte goes into his shot, LeVert should be in full sprint. Longest distance to run. Gets caught shot watching #PacersHawks AM

Scott Agness @ScottAgness
Pacers lose to the Hawks 114-111, and Rick Carlisle remains furious at the officials. Chris Duarte went up for a go-ahead layup and missed against two defenders with 5.6s left.
They’re now 1-8 in games decided by 4pts or less.
And it’s Nate McMillan’s 700th career win. – 9:20 PM
Tony East @TEastNBA
Duarte misses a tough layup on a fast break with just a few moments left and now the Hawks will shoot free throws up by 1 with 1.2 on the clock. – 9:18 PM
Chris Kirschner @ChrisKirschner
Jeremy Lamb spun one in from 3, Malcolm Brogdon stole it from Trae, Chris Duarte missed a layup in transition.
Young at the line with 1.2 seconds to go and the Hawks up 1 – 9:18 PM
Tony East @TEastNBA
Duarte on Trae Young. The rookie loves these matchups. – 7:13 PM
Tony East @TEastNBA
Myles Turner is active and starting again tonight for the Pacers.
With Justin Holiday out, Chris Duarte moves back into the starting 5. Brogdon, LeVert, Duarte, Sabonis, and Turner tonight. – 6:40 PM
Chad Ford @chadfordinsider
Top Rookies on Mon
Franz Wagner, 27 pts, 6 reb, 5 ast, 1 stl
Tre Mann, 17 pts, 7 reb, 1 ast, 2 stl, 1 blk
Jalen Suggs, 17 pts, 3 reb, 5 ast, 1 stl
Evan Mobley, 12 pts, 7 reb, 2 ast, 1 stl, 2 blk
Bones Hyland, 19 pts, 3 ast, 5-8 3P
Chris Duarte, 14 pts, 2 reb, 2 ast, 3-5 3P – 12:16 AM
Scott Agness @ScottAgness
Carlisle disappointed in the technical fouls, noted that he wished a veteran official would have disfused the situation.
Rookie Chris Duarte received a two-technical ejection; then McConnell and Carlisle got one each a minute later in a 2-point loss. – 10:42 PM
Christopher Hine @ChristopherHine
Perfect timing from @JimPeteHoops on the discussion of Pat Bev and Duarte technicals! – 9:53 PM
Tony East @TEastNBA
Chris Duarte ejected for arguing with refs. He clapped at them after he thought he deserved a call. – 9:52 PM
Scott Agness @ScottAgness
Frustrated by lack of calls, Chris Duarte earns his first technical foul in the NBA. Then continues to complain and gets a second.
So he’s ejected with 10:05 to play. – 9:52 PM
Jon Krawczynski @JonKrawczynski
Chris Duarte just ejected for arguing with officials, and he’s taking any Wolves’ rights to gripe with him. They’ve been complaining, now it’s time to be quiet and play – 9:52 PM
Tony East @TEastNBA
Pacers close the half with a 6-0 run in the final 1:20 and take a 57-48 lead into the break. Indiana has thrown unique defenses and adjustments at Minnesota to keep their lead.
Duarte (11) and Brogdon (12) had nice scoring halfs and lead the way for the Pacers. – 9:03 PM

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Neil Dalal: NBA’s Last Two Minute report says the officials called a 100% correct ending to Wizards-Hornets. This includes no foul on LaMelo Ball when he popped the ball away from Montrezl Harrell and the shot clock resetting to 24. Assistant coach Pat Delany was irate on the sidelines. -via Twitter @NeilDalal96 / November 23, 2021

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