Cody Zeller and Kristaps Porzingis: Wild Finish in Charlotte

Cody Zeller and Kristaps Porzingis traded potential game winning baskets on Wednesday night with the Hornets coming out on top.

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50 thoughts on “Cody Zeller and Kristaps Porzingis: Wild Finish in Charlotte”

  1. the knicks should have had minimum 0.8 seconds maximum 1.0 seconds and porzingis got it off in time

  2. not sure why they dont care about the miliseconds through the whole game, but when it comes to last shot its utmost importance we check the cameras, i think u either account for all the game time through out the whole game, or let shots by as long as ur going for shooting motion when there is still time on the clock

  3. Oof, that's a tough loss. Literally a split-second earlier, and that last shot would have counted. Maybe it should have- what if the cut-off point for the use of instant replay was the second the clock ran out? Thoughts?

  4. Cant believe this man was booed by Knicks fans 7 month ago. So, I dont know from where the applause sounds came from. For sure I dont think it from Knicks fans..Aren't they???huh

  5. even tho there should of been 0.9 on the clock it really was the pass that cost him the shot to not count, it was way to low for KP he had to bring it back up before he released

  6. who cares about zeller. I bet he wears a Porzingod shirt at night –

  7. they were booing this kid, porzingis, on draft night but look at him shine over russell and okafor. hahahaha! good job, porzingis!

  8. that was a bad pass, why would u pass on low, u should have pass in the chest area, so u can save some time .SMH

  9. Knicks won that game. How the hell did that not count?? The backboard got lit red before it even hit 0.0. The buzzer rang early.

  10. WTF! the ball clearly goes through the net at 0.8 (watch 0:15 in slow motion) and they gave the knicks 0.6 seconds. The officiating is bullshit

  11. Worst inbound pass in the history of the game! Right at the knees of a 7'3 guy ! If it went right the Knicks would have won it


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