The NBA's Last-Two Minute report revealed a key missed call in Game 2 of the 2019 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors.
The missed call came in the final seconds of the game on the Warriors' possession that eventually led to Andre Iguodala's clutch 3-pointer.
The long-range shot from the wing put the game out of the reach for the Toronto Raptors, helping the Warriors steal home court advantage and level the series at 1-1:
Andre Iguodala Game 2 dagger 🤫- Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 3, 2019
Series tied at 1-1 pic.twitter.com/b3sfvOPA1A
As per the report, during the Warriors' final possession, at the 15.3 second mark: "Curry (GSW) lifts his pivot foot after receiving the pass."
If the whistle was blown on Curry's travel, the Raptors would receive the ball, down two, with 15.3 seconds remaining.
Instead, that Warriors possession led to Iguodala's 3-pointer which extended the visitor's lead to five with just seven seconds remaining on the game clock.
The report also revealed the Raptors benefited from two missed traveling calls when Siakam (44.5 seconds remaining) and Kawhi Leonard (36.8 seconds remaining) lifted their pivot feet while in possession of the ball.