Found January 21, 2012 on
The NBA admitted today that officials failed to call a kicked-ball violation in the final seconds of the Warriors' 94-91 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Friday at Oracle Arena.
Video replays clearly showed that George Hill's right foot kicked the ball on Monta Ellis' dribble with 3.9 seconds remaining. The officials didn't call an intentional kicking-the-ball violation, and Hill raced to the...
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George Hill has quickly become a productive member of the Pacers and both sides have interest in signing an extension before the Jan. 25th deadline.
George Hill scored on a three-point play with 1.8 seconds remaining and the Indiana Pacers held off a late charge by Golden State to beat the Warriors 94-91 on Friday night.
George Hill kicked the ball away from Monta Ellis in the final seconds and recorded a three-point play at the other end, lifting the Indiana Pacers over the Golden State Warriors, 94-91.
What a fun night.First the Celtics lose at home again (to the Suns), then the Bucks win in NYC the Lakers get pummeled by the Magic...and before the night is over Kevin Love hits a buzzer beating three-pointer from waaaay downtown to lead the Timberwolves to an unlikely comeback victory over the Clippers in LA (gotta love that Rubio kid too -- he was huge down the stretch).Oh, and...
The NBA released a statement Saturday admitting that its officials missed a kicked ball violation in the final seconds of Friday's game that cost the Warriors a chance to beat Indiana. "Pacers guard George Hill...
It might be time to try something different. Even the officials are tired of watching Monta Ellis in isolation sets at the end of quarters and games. Video replays clearly showed that George Hill's right foot kicked the...
The NBA continues with the recent trend of publicly admitting when its refs screw up. From the Contra Costa Times: “Here is the statement from NBA.com/official: ‘With 5.4 seconds remaining in the Indiana-Golden State game on Jan. 20, Pacers guard George Hill intentionally kicked the ball away from Warriors guard Monta Ellis during his cross over dribble. According to rule no...
The Warriors are nearly a quarter of the way through this lockout-shortened season. It’s time for Mark Jackson and company to come up with an end-of-the-game play that doesn’t reduce the game of basketball — a game typically played with five men on each side — to a not-so-epic battle of Monta Ellis vs. the [...]
The Warriors like their chances with the ball in Monta Ellis' hands and the score tied in the final seconds.
That scenario went horribly wrong Friday night.
Ellis was picked clean by the Indiana Pacers' George Hill as he attempted a drive to the basket. Hill raced in for a layup, was fouled and converted a three-point play with 1.8 seconds left.
Just like that, the Warriors...