Shocking New: NBA Admits Missed Call in Lakers vs. Clippers Game!

The Los Angeles Lakers completed an incredible comeback against the LA Clippers on Wednesday night, overcoming a 21-point deficit to get arguably their most impressive win of the season.

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For the Clippers, it was a bad loss to continue what has been a disappointing month of February. The NBA has released their Last Two Minute Report for this game, and it includes one missed call in the final two minutes.

According to the NBA, James Harden fouled Anthony Davis on a rebound attempt with 1:38 remaining.

The Lakers ended up regaining possession after Daniel Theis fell out of bounds, so it was ultimately an inconsequential missed call.

According to the NBA, every other call or non-call in the final two minutes of the game was correctly ruled. There didn’t seem to be many major issues with the officiating from either side, at least not down the stretch, as the Clippers simply lost that game on their own.

Unable to contain LeBron James in the fourth quarter, the Clippers let him have his way, getting the matchup he wanted every time down the court.

It was as bad of a loss as there could be for the Clippers, who are now 6-5 in the month of February, which is very far off from the dominance they had in December and January.

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