The Boston Celtics fell to the Milwaukee Bucks by seven in their first seeding game of the NBA’s restart. In the closing minutes of the game, Giannis Antetokounmpo was playing with five fouls and the refs did all they could to keep him on the court. With 2:30 to play, Antetokounmpo slashed Daniel Theis leading the refs to go to the video board to check if it was a “hostile act.” They determined it wasn’t and no personal foul could be called. Then, with just over a minute to play with the game tied Marcus Smart drew a charge from Giannis. The refs went to the video board once again and reversed the call in a shocking decision.
Sierra Goodwill, Bobby Manning, Josue Pavon and Jimmy Toscano discuss why the Greek Freak got the benefit of the doubt and how it effected the outcome of the game.