New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony was fouled on his game-tying layup with 3.5 seconds left in regulation and should have been awarded a free throws in Sunday's quadruple-overtime loss to the Atlanta Hawks, according to the NBA's two-minute report.
With the Knicks down 104-102, Anthony drove to the hoop as Paul Millsap guarded him. Millsap hit Anthony that affected his speed, quickness, balance and/or rhythm on the play, however referees did not call a foul.
The NBA's two-minute report said it was an incorrect non-call.
Anthony scored 45 points on 18-of-36 shooting before he fouled out. Millsap recorded 37 points and 19 rebounds while playing a game-high 60 minutes.