Texas got a rebound and called timeout with 14.5 seconds remaining. After returning form commercial, the referee calls a quick 5-second violation on Texas. The failed inbounds play begins at :23. With the ball and down 2-points, Arizona’s Derrick Williams gets the ball and makes a miracle shot as a blocking call earns him the and-1 opportunity. Williams (8-14 FT at that point) stepped to the line and buried the free throw. J’Covan Brown’s final drive was unsuccessful and Gary Johnson’s last second attempt drew contact, but no attention from the officials.
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Anthony Davis missed out on $24 million thanks to just missing All-NBA recognition on Thursday.
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