Last night’s Warriors vs Rockets game was all the rage, from Draymond Green getting away with wrestling moves on the final play to the Rockets front office clapping back at Inside the NBA host Charles Barkley for his unfavorable comments about Houston’s playoff run.

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Oh, and by the way, All-Pro guard James Harden hit the game winner with less than 3 seconds left on the clock. This game had it all.

However, believe it or not, the Rockets’ storybook ending to last night’s game should have been anything but. The NBA announced today that Harden’s pretty turnaround fadeaway jumper as the final seconds ticked off the game should not have counted, because he initiated contact with the defender.


The NBA can’t reverse a win or a loss after the final score has already been reviewed and confirmed, so that awkward piece of information will have to serve as yet another storyline surrounding this match-up, which was expected to be an uneventful sweep by fans and analysts alike. Stephen Curry‘s absence-due-to-injury from Game’s 2 and 3, coupled with a jab from Andre Iguodala and an uppercut from Charles Barkley, has made this a lot more fun.