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Harden dunk incorrectly ruled out as Rockets beaten by Spurs

BBC News Wednesday, 4 December 2019
The Houston Rockets fall to a controversial 135-133 defeat by the San Antonio Spurs after a James Harden dunk is incorrectly ruled out.
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News video: Rockets Want NBA to Act on Blown James Harden Dunk

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Rockets Want NBA to Act on Blown James Harden Dunk. The referees did not count Harden's breakaway dunk with 7:50 remaining in the 4th quarter against the San Antonio Spurs. The Rockets went on to lose 135-133 in double overtime to the Spurs. The Rockets are hopeful that the NBA will take action. by...

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