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Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors

Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors

On February 16, Beijing time, the NBA officially released the referee report for the last two minutes of the Clippers vs Warriors, which showed that there were three missed judgments in the last two minutes of the game, and the three missed judgments were all lost by the Clippers. The Warriors won three times, but still suffered a 15-point comeback and eventually lost the game, and Curry scored 41 points.

Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors

The first missed call occurred with 1:1 left before the end of the game, when Green did not actively defend opposing players in his own box for more than 3 seconds, so it was a leaky three-second violation that made the Warriors profit and the Clippers suffer.

Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors
Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors
Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors

The second missed call occurred 11.9 seconds before the end of the game, and it was Green who did not actively defend opposing players in his own restricted area for more than 3 seconds, and another missed three-second defensive violation, which was still a profit for the Warriors and a loss for the Clippers.

Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors
Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors
Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors

The third was a misjudgment, which occurred 4.7 seconds before the end of the game, Wiggins' foul on Harden, which was originally blown as a shooting foul, because the Warriors' fouls were full, Harden got two free throw opportunities, but the referee report said that before Wiggins fouled, Harden had made a shooting action, so this ball should have been blown for a shooting foul, that is, Harden should have got three free throw opportunities. It's still a profit for the Warriors and a loss for the Clippers.

Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors
Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors
Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors

In this game, the Warriors led the Clippers by as many as 15 points, but the tenacious Clippers achieved a big comeback. They played a 44-28 lead in the fourth quarter and successfully turned the game around. It is worth mentioning that this is the sixth time this season that the Warriors have been overturned by an opponent with a lead of at least 15 points, which is tied with the Spurs for the most times in the league, but the Warriors are a 26-26 team and the Spurs are an 11-44 team.

Clippers Warriors referee report: Three mistakes and missed judgments were all losses for the Clippers and still made a 15-point reversal to beat the Warriors

Curry had 41 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists and 9 three-pointers, and Podzemski had 25 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists. On the Clippers side, Leonard was sidelined due to injury, George had 24 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists, Harden had 26 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists, and Powell broke out in the crucial fourth quarter and finally scored 21 points and 5 three-pointers.

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