"The desperation heave with 1.9 seconds left in the Sixers' hard fought 104-101 victory over the high-scoring Phoenix Suns on Sunday night hung in the air for at least three seconds. But instead of hearing the final buzzer sound to end the game, the ball bounced out of bounds with time still showing on the clock.
Apparently one of the referees didn't start the game clock.
They got it right after a quick huddle, but for a moment the idea lingered that there was a little more of the game to be played. That would have meant more action from Jrue Holiday.
Holiday, the Sixers' budding All-Star in the midst of the proverbial breakout season, had a big time stat line in the victory. In 39 minutes, Holiday poured in a career-high 33 points on 13-for-21 shooting. He also dished out 13 assists, just one shy of his career best set earlier this season (see Instant Replay).
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