The end of Sunday night's Cavs-Pacers game was a rough one for Indiana. It was a rough one for Turner Sports announcer Chris Webber, too.
Indiana blew a sizable lead and ending up falling in Game 4 to Cleveland. The Cavs tied up the series, 2-2, heading back home.
There was a controversial play at the end of the contest. Webber, the game's analyst, seemed confused by what had happened.
Lance Stephenson tried to tie up Jeff Green for a jump ball with the Pacers down by 3. He ended up basically tackling Green into the ground. The refs went to the monitor to review the play.
Webber acted like Green, who didn't appear to do anything wrong, was going to get called for a flagrant 1 foul. Webber seemed to think Green had committed a "hostile" act.
The refs eventually announced that Stephenson had been called for a common foul. The Cavs got two free throws to ice the game.
It was a rough couple of minutes for Webber. He got a lot of it wrong.
Game 5 of this Cavs-Pacers series, meanwhile, is set for Wednesday night. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. E.T. It'll be on TNT.