The NBA Officiating Last Two Minute Report for Saturday’s game between the Portland Trail Blazers and Milwaukee Bucks indicated a correct no-call at the 16.3 second mark, where Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo stole the ball from CJ McCollum. The play resulted in a breakaway dunk for Antetokounmpo to put the Bucks up 111-110 with 11.4 seconds remaining to play.
Antetokounmpo (MIL) deflects the ball away from McCollum (POR). The contact to McCollum's body with his other hand does not affect his SQBR and is considered incidental.
(Note: SQBR = Speed, Quickness, Balance, Rhythm)
Some felt that the contact may have warranted a foul call, though they may not have felt it changed the outcome of the game.
Whether the no-call was appropriate or erroneous, the Trail Blazers had other opportunities to seal a victory, but came up empty-handed. Their record is now 2-1 after a mostly successful road trip and they sit at No. 5 in the Western Conference. Tune in to watch them reclaim momentum against the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. PDT.