The NBA admitted that referees blew a call in a close game, and it could lead to an unusual result that hasn't happened in 8 years

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The Denver Nuggets on Thursday filed an official protest with the NBA over their one-point loss to the Memphis Grizzlies earlier this week, in response to the league acknowledging in its Last Two Minutes post-mortem report that both the referees on-site and the replay officials at the NBA Replay Center in Secaucus, N.J., made an incorrect call that played a major role in the unfolding of the game’s final play. The Denver Nuggets are hoping for a do-over and the NBA's first replayed game in eight years.

The NBA hasn't replayed the end of a game since the 2007-08 season.
If the NBA decides to grant them a replay, it surely seems as though the Nuggets will pick up a win while the Grizzlies will lose one.

The play in question began when the Nuggets had the ball and a one-point lead with 4.7 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter on Tuesday night📹