L2M: Curry traveled prior to Iguodala's 3-pointer

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Andre Iguodala's 3-pointer that iced Game 2 of the NBA Finals for the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night shouldn't have happened, according to the NBA's last-two-minute report.

Warriors guard Stephen Curry lifted his pivot foot with 15.3 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter after receiving a pass from Draymond Green and facing pressure from Toronto Raptors defenders Pascal Siakam and Fred VanVleet.

Video replay showed Curry should have been whistled for a traveling violation. The ball ended up in Iguodala's hands, and he drilled an uncontested shot from long range to put the Warriors up 109-104 with 5.9 seconds remaining.

The Raptors also got away with a pair of traveling violations when Siakam (44.5 seconds remaining) and Kawhi Leonard (36.8 seconds remaining) lifted their pivot feet while in possession of the ball.

Golden State locked the series against Toronto at 1-1, with Game 3 scheduled for Wednesday at Oracle Arena.

L2M: Curry traveled prior to Iguodala's 3-pointer
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