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Sunday, December 21, 2014

Carmelo Anthony tying 3-pointer at end of game doesn’t count (Video)

New York Knicks fans were teased on Thursday night when Carmelo Anthony made a 3-pointer that would have tied their game with the Houston Rockets at 107 in the final seconds.

The Knicks were inbounding the ball with 5.8 seconds left down 107-104. ‘Melo got the ball and went up immediately for the shot and sunk a three. But James Harden was intentionally trying to foul before he attempted a shot. Luckily for Houston, referee Scott Foster called a foul on Harden prior to the shot.

The 3-pointer did not count, and the Rockets went on for a 109-106 victory. Anthony went 17-of-30 for 45 points in the loss. His point total was the highest by an individual this season.

That was clearly the correct call — the replay showed Harden repeatedly slapping Anthony before the shot went up:

James Harden Carmelo Anthony

That’s some of the best defense Harden has played all season.



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