The officiating during the first two games of the 2018 NBA Finals has been questionable at best, especially for those on the Cleveland Cavaliers (and those cheering for them).
There were a couple of big calls the Cavs disagreed with during Game 1, and while Game 2 wasn't nearly as close of a contest, there were still some plays that LeBron James and Co. felt should have gone a different way.
The one that received the most attention was a non-call during an open-court collision between James, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson. The two Warriors' guards collided with each other in front of James, who clearly felt the contact and then lost the ball out of bounds.
No whistle was blown. James was furious.
A new video has emerged showing that a whistle definitely should have been blown.
Curry pretty clearly attempts to trip James (whether or not it was intentional is clearly up for debate).
Watch it below:
How is nothing called there?
Game 3 of the NBA Finals is set for Wednesday night. Tipoff is set for 9 p.m. E.T. on ABC.