The NBA admitted it missed a foul call on Nets forward Jarrett Allen late in Brooklyn's Game 4 loss to the 76ers on Saturday.
Allen lost control of the ball and turned it over with under 10 seconds to play and the Nets only down 110-108.
However, in the league's last two minute report, the NBA said it should have called a foul on 76ers forward Tobias Harris when he wrapped his around Allen, restricting his freedom of movement, as Allen drove into three Philadelphia players with 12 seconds remaining.
Sean Marks may have had different beef, but Kenny Atkinson was right to have an issue w/ Tobias Harris getting away w/ a "wrap" foul on Jarrett Allen's roll to the basket before his game-deciding turnover. pic.twitter.com/m0gW597J3d- John Schuhmann (@johnschuhmann) April 21, 2019
"So the big point of emphasis this year was the wrapping, wrapping the player when he rolls to the rim," Nets coach Kenny Atkinson said, according to ESPN's Tim Bontemps. "Judge for yourself if you watch the clip, but there was a clear wrap by Tobias Harris on the roll. ... I am just disappointed."
Allen finished with 21 points and eight rebounds in the 112-108 loss, which put Brooklyn on the brink of elimination. The teams play Game 5 of their first-round series on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Philadelphia.