Initially the call was yes, and the Bulls appeared to snap the Nuggets’ 11-game winning streak. But after looking at numerous replays, the basket was waved off and the Bulls were 119-118 losers, and Denver’s winning streak reached 12. Here are two fairly definitive screen grabs. Perhaps the real issues was the previous tip-in by Kosta Koufos of Denver that gave the Nuggets the lead. That one appeared to be right on the rim and a clear violation of bask interference.
Steve Ballmer sat right behind the basket for the Clippers game against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday and he had a great time. (…)
You know, that old chestnut.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Reporter, Photographer Robbed in Dominican Republic Covering Oscar Taveras Funeral
But then something nice happened.
They wanted to see some dingers.
Bad news for the 0-2 Thunder.
Not everything is about the rivalry.