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Back on Wednesday, NBA referee Bill Kennedy calling the Los Angeles Lakers/San Antonio Spurs game on ESPN might have provided us with proof of the first-ever referee stall.In the fourth quarter of play, Kennedy went over to talk to head coaches Mike D'Antoni and Gregg Popovich during a stoppage of play.During his meeting, Kennedy forgets that his microphone is turned on and admits that he's stalling to get to the commercial break: (Courtesy of It's Always Sunny in Detroit)
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