Sunday's L2M reports delayed due to technical issue
Fans of the Toronto Raptors will have to wait a little longer to read the last-two-minute report from Sunday's contest against the Sacramento Kings, as the NBA announced Monday that it would be delayed - along with all other last-two-minute reports - due to a technical issue.
Sunday's nail-biter has quickly turned into the most controversial game of the season after officials took away Terrence Ross' game-tying three after deeming that the game clock had started late on the inbounds play.
Related: Raptors' Casey demands further explanation after disputed buzzer-beater
A number of Raptors, including head coach Dwane Casey, were irate upon hearing the ruling, and demanded an explanation for the bizarre call.
"I gotta hear another explanation better than that, because we viewed it about 10 times in (the locker room) ... I've got to get a better explanation than that," Casey told reporters following the game.
The Kings went on to win 102-99.
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