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WNBA admits officials missed late call in Game 4 of Finals

The WNBA admitted its officials missed an 8-second violation call in Game 4 of the Finals on Sunday night.  The league released a statement Monday saying that a call should have been made in the game that evened the best-of-five series, 2-2.  Minnesota led, 79-77, and had the ball with 26.1 seconds...
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