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Final 2 Minutes of Warriors vs Lakers Prolonged By Replay Reviews

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The Golden State Warriors’ 128-121 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday was marked by a prolonged final two minutes due to various replay reviews and shot-clock malfunctions.

The delays commenced at the 1:50 mark of the fourth quarter, with the Lakers trailing 124-120, when coach Darvin Ham challenged an out-of-bounds call favoring the Warriors.

During the review, it was determined that a corner 3-pointer by LeBron James earlier in the quarter was invalid.

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The ruling resembled a similar incident from a previous game involving James, leading to his disagreement with the call on Saturday.

Crew chief David Guthrie clarified the ruling, citing NBA rules regarding boundary line violations.

Despite benefiting from the overturned 3-pointer, Warriors coach Steve Kerr expressed dissatisfaction with the rule, emphasizing the impact on game flow.

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Amidst the ensuing chaos, the Lakers struggled with repeated shot-clock malfunctions, leading to multiple interruptions.

The prolonged delays prompted frustration from players, coaches, and spectators alike.

Despite the challenging circumstances, the Warriors emerged victorious, securing a critical win in the Western Conference standings.

Reflecting on the game, Lakers guard D’Angelo Russell highlighted the significance of every win as the regular season nears its conclusion.

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