If Bill Walker and JR Giddens aren’t busy with the Celtics on April 10, they’ve got some unfinished business in Utah.
The NBA Development League has granted Utah’s protest of its loss to Colorado last month, the first successful challenge in the league’s eight-year history.
The league on Tuesday ordered the teams to replay the final 25.2 seconds of the game, with the score tied at 102.
The Flash protested the 104-102 loss on Dec. 26 after Bill Walker was incorrectly disqualified by fouls with 25.2 seconds left. It should only have been his fifth foul; a foul against teammate J.R. Giddens with 9:24 remaining in the second quarter was mistakenly credited to Walker by the 14ers’ official scorer.