Seldom, games come down to big shots from huge players. Other times, it’s free throws and fouls. What’s more, this time, it was Minnesota Timberwolves’ enormous man Jordan Bell neglecting to tuck in his jersey before walking onto the court.

Bell’s NBA fashion faux pas appeared to go unnoticed — or basically not thought about — by the authorities as he entered a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder with a two-point lead, 1.1 seconds remaining and Karl-Anthony Towns at the free-throw line with one to shoot. And afterward, Chris Paul stepped in.

The veteran call attention to promptly indicated out Bell’s jersey to the authorities, and got a key free throw on a delay-of-game violation for his efforts.

The Thunder just got the free throw since Towns had gotten a previous warning in the first half for a really long time to unwrap his knees.

The game at that point happened as people would imagine. Danilo Gallinari made the free throw for the Thunder to cut the lead to one point, at that point town ill- thoughtfully made his second free throw (the Thunder had no timeouts, a miss likely would have finished the game).

With 1.1 seconds as yet remaining and down by two, Stephen Adams hit Dennis Schroder with a crosscourt pass from the baseline and Schroeder caused a lay-to up to force overtime.

It was all Thunder from that point, winning 139-127 in overtime to catch one of the odder triumphs of the season.

After the game, Bell declined to talk with reporters about the finish of regulation, suggesting that what he needed to say about the authorities’ decision would get him fined, per ESPN’s Royce Young.

In any case, group chief Scott Foster challenged the notion that it was Paul who at first called attention to Bell’s jersey, telling a pool reporter after the game that he and another authority had seen it. Whoever saw it first, the Thunder are likely more than fine with how the entire thing turned out.

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