L2M Report: Only one call missed at end of Raptors-Bucks Game 6
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The final moments of the Toronto Raptors' series-clinching win over the Milwaukee Bucks have come back nearly spotless from an officiating perspective, according to the NBA's last-two-minute report.

Of the 30 events reviewed from the last two minutes of Saturday night's Game 6, only one decision was made incorrectly. Officials missed Bucks center Brook Lopez's shooting foul on Raptors forward Pascal Siakam with 11.7 seconds left.

The incorrect non-call didn't affect the Raptors' fate. Siakam still managed to corral an offensive rebound after his close-range attempt, effectively icing the game.

And so, with minimal controversy, the Raptors head to the franchise's first-ever Finals appearance.

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L2M Report: Only one call missed at end of Raptors-Bucks Game 6
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