Dwyane Wade: The Refs Stole the Game from Us
"It was a clear steal," an angry Wade said after the game. "I was shocked they came back and tried to overturn the call and say they (saw) me step out of bounds. It was some (expletive).
"It wasn’t even close to being a call. I don’t even know how you can call something like that. We won the game. They took it from us."
"We had a three-on-zero fastbreak and they didn’t see the play," Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said.
When play resumed with 7.2 seconds remaining, Clippers rookie Mike Taylor fouled Wade and the Heat inbounded the ball with 2.9 seconds left. Chalmers found Wade, whose 27-foot shot was way short as center Marcus Camby had a hand in Wade’s face.