After Steph Curry’s clutch deep three-pointer gave the Warriors a one-point lead, the Suns had only 0.7 seconds remaining to reclaim their advantage in Saturday night’s showdown.
Initially, the Suns attempted to inbound the ball to Devin Booker for a quick mid-range fadeaway, but a foul was called on Andrew Wiggins.
However, as the Warriors still had a foul to give, no free throws were awarded.
This resulted in the Suns having just .6 seconds left on the clock for their 2nd inbound attempt. And, confirmed in the NBA’s L2M report, no foul occurred as Draymond Green prevented Kevin Durant from putting up a shot.
Draymond's defense on KD during the final possession 😤 pic.twitter.com/o5PNC0zgib
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Despite this clarification, the report did not address whether the contact on Booker occurred before the inbound pass, focusing solely on the timing of the foul before time expired.