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The officials failed to spot Tyrese Maxey's traveling violation

Published May 1, 2024 at 9:44 PM

So, according to the NBA's report, Tyrese Maxey's epic moves shouldn't even have counted! Can you believe it? They say the refs totally missed him taking an extra step before sinking that crucial 3-pointer and getting fouled.

That play kickstarted Philly's insane comeback from being down 6 with less than 30 seconds left in regulation to pulling off a miracle win in overtime. And get this, there were three other bad calls!

Have a look.

Like, the clock should've stopped with 0.4 seconds left, giving the Knicks one last shot. Then there's the drama with Jalen Brunson and Joel Embiid's flagrant foul mess. And don't even get me started on Josh Hart supposedly being out of bounds when they called it. It's like déjà vu from Game 2 when the Knicks did the same to the Sixers. Both teams pulling off these insane comebacks thanks to some serious officiating errors.

Now, Game 6's gonna be a nail-biter in Philly, and if the Sixers pull it off, it's back to the Big Apple for Game 7 on Saturday night. What do you think?

Source ESPN: NBA: Officials missed Tyrese Maxey travel at end of regulation
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The officials failed to spot Tyrese Maxey's traveling violation

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