More drama at the Golden 1 Center.
There was more drama at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento last night, but this time everything played out in favor of DeMarcus Cousins and his Kings teammates, unlike the previous night when Kanye West cancelled his show on them and everyone else that was in attendance.
As time expired in last night's game, Toronto's Terrence Ross drilled a three-pointer which looked like it would send the game into overtime. However, officials reviewed the play and determined that DeMarcus Cousins tipped the inbounds pass which meant the clock would've expired before Ross had an opportunity to get off his game-tying shot.
Despite the evidence, Patrick Patterson wasted no time blasting the official ruling after the game and said he looks forward to an apology from the NBA after the team appeals the decision.
Please explain to me how T Ross shot doesn't count.. @NBA— Patrick Patterson (@pdpatt) November 21, 2016
27.2 - 24 = WHAT? #shotclock— Patrick Patterson (@pdpatt) November 21, 2016
Ight. I'm done. ✌🏿️— Patrick Patterson (@pdpatt) November 21, 2016
Spliced the 2.4 second countdown in Kings-Raptors to match up with Cousins deflecting ball. pic.twitter.com/r2Wim9iWKf— Andrew Han (@andrewthehan) November 21, 2016