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Tim Duncan entered the game illegally for the final possession of regulation after the referees reviewed Ray Allen's game-tying three-pointer in Game 6.
Reviews aren't technically a dead ball situation, meaning substitutions cannot be made without a timeout. The San Antonio Spurs were out of timeouts, meaning they couldn't make a substitution or advance the ball.
Tony Parker drove to the left baseline and missed a jumper at the buzzer.
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The NBA has confirmed that the Spurs made an illegal substitution when Tim Duncan was allowed back into the game after Ray Allen's game-tying shot at the end of regulation.
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Tim pulls Tony Parker away from LeBron James [Yahoo Sports]
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