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SportsReferees miss Kawhi Leonard travel on Fred VanVleet dagger

07:36  06 june  2019
07:36  06 june  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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The referees missed a Kawhi Leonard travel prior to the Fred VanVleet dagger in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. The referees utilized a “let em play” attitude when it came to travels during Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night. Fred VanVleet nailed a 3-pointer to put his Toronto Raptors up

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Referees miss Kawhi Leonard travel on Fred VanVleet dagger 2019 NBA Finals - Toronto Raptors v Golden State Warriors

The referees utilized a “let em play” attitude when it came to travels during Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night.

Fred VanVleet nailed a 3-pointer to put his Toronto Raptors up 118-105 on the Golden State Warriors with under two minutes left, essentially serving as a dagger. Right before he got the pass, Kawhi Leonard appeared to have landed after jumping with the ball and should have been called for a travel.

ABC’s announcers thought there was a missed call.

That seemed to be the theme of the evening. The refs also missed what looked like a travel by Steph Curry on the preceding play:

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Fred VanVleet looks back at Kawhi Leonard ’s buzzer-beater | SportsCenter. From the knowledge I have gained throughout my life I am finding that VanVleet continues to improve his skills and gaming experience We now need to sit back ignore last year and move on to another season let's give Fred a

Fred VanVleet looks back at Kawhi Leonard ’s buzzer-beater | SportsCenter. From the knowledge I have gained throughout my life I am finding that VanVleet continues to improve his skills and gaming experience We now need to sit back ignore last year and move on to another season let's give Fred a

On top of that, the officials missed a blatant carry by Steph Curry in the first quarter. Calls were missed all over.

Toronto won the game 123-109 to take a 2-1 series lead.

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