The official NBA referee today announced the referee report for the last two minutes of the Lakers vs. Heat game. There were 2 missed judgments in this game, and there was no wrong judgment.
1. (Missed judgment) With 1 minute and 01 seconds left in the fourth quarter, the Heat star Jimmy Butler touched the Lakers star LeBron James' head while defending the Lakers star LeBron James. This affected the latter's shooting. The referee did not Called Butler for a shooting foul, which is a missed judgment. After this, James grabbed an offensive rebound, and scored in the interior to get 2 points.
2. (Missed judgment) With 28.0 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Heat veteran Andre Iguodala stayed in the penalty area for more than 3 seconds without an active defensive player. The referee did not whistled Iguodala. A three-second violation of defense is a missed judgment. After that, Lakers player Kentavius Caldwell Pope missed a three-pointer from the outside, star Anthony Davis grabbed an offensive rebound from the bottom of the basket and then scored a second tip.
In addition, the two bad penalties that Lakers coach Frank Vogel said in an interview for getting Butler to the free throw line were correct in the referee's report.
1. (Correct penalty) With 46.7 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Lakers Markieff Morris hit the former's left arm during Butler's layup. Morris should be called for a shooting foul. This is the correct penalty.
2. (Correct penalty) With 16.8 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Butler scored inside. During the layup, Davis did not completely block and fight Butler. Davis should be called for a shooting foul. For the correct judgment.