Transcript for Controversy brews over play in NBA Finals
Now to the NBA finals, the countdown is on in game three, the series now tied as you know, a game apiece but there are questions brewing over a play in the last two minutes of the previous game, T.J. Holmes, good enough to make a little pit stop before you head out on Wednesday. Toronto to Oakland that includes a stop in New York. It's on the way. Yes. Folks, you're going to have to let it go. You lost the game but we find out there was a violation that should have been called on that last play for the warriors that sealed the deal. Roll the play. You all tell me. Did you spot the violation? No? He did. Travel. Steph curry traveled on that the NBA put it out and it happens right here. It's in that spot, but here's the thing, they put it out in the final two-minute report. They do it for every game that's close but say it's so subtle that you can only see it in enhanced video so the ref wouldn't have been expected to catch it but still the folks in Toronto, that doesn't make you feel good. But the game is tied 1-1. Going back to Oakland now but the warriors are struggling here right now. Klay Thompson has a hamstring injury. He said he's going to play. He's been getting treatment. He has a mild hamstring sprain. But kevon looney their forward who started some games, he is out indefinitely. He is probably not going to come back for the finals and Kevin Durant is still nursing his. Game three, some special guests project in the house, I think, on game three. Stay tuned. Ooh. A little tease there. With all these injuries if they can win it shows how stacked this team is. You can see game three of the NBA finals tomorrow night. 9:00 P.M. Eastern. You both are going. George, they're leaving us here. Right here at the desk.
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