NBA admits error, but denies Rockets' protest from missed call on Harden dunk
Monday, 9 December 2019 The Houston Rockets won't get a do-over after officials wrongly disallowed a slam dunk by James Harden in a double-overtime loss to the San Antonio Spurs, even though the NBA has disciplined the officials who got the call wrong and botched the aftermath by not allowing Houston to challenge.
The Rockets filed a protest with the NBA over the James Harden dunk that was not counted in the Rockets' 135-133 double overtime loss to San Antonio.
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The NBA rejects the Houston Rockets' request to replay the finale of their defeat by the San Antonio Spurs during which a James Harden dunk was incorrectly ruled... BBC News Also reported by •FOX Sports •BBC Sport