The end of the Oklahoma City Thunder game was extremely controversial on Friday night. The Timberwolves were up two and preparing to close out the game when Chris Paul pointed out to Scott Foster that Jordan Bell's jersey was untucked and demanded a foul call.
You can see Paul pointing out Bell's untucked jersey to Foster, who actually deemed it worthy of a delay of game violation. Danilo Galinari made it a one-point game by making a technical free throw.
Low and behold, with one second left on the clock, all Karl-Anthony Towns had to do was miss his free-throw, which he appeared to try to do, though it ended up going in. Steven Adams then inbounded the ball by tossing up a prayer to Dennis Schroder who managed to lay it in and force overtime.
The Thunder would go on to dominate in overtime, beating the T-Wolves 139-127. None of this would've been possible had Chris Paul not been rewarded for snitching on Bell for something as insignificant as having his jersey not fully tucked in.
In one of the strangest endings to regulation we've ever seen, the Thunder somehow pulled out a win.