Year/Round: 2002 Western Conference finals Game 6
Teams: Sacramento Kings vs. Los Angeles Lakers
Call in Question:
This entire game remains a black eye for the NBA.
Centered at the heart of disgraced ex-referee Tim Donaghy's allegations that the NBA was advising referee's to fix certain games, it's obvious who the referees wanted to win that night.
The Kings entered the game up three games to two in the best-of-seven series, in what was a matchup of two powerhouse teams littered with star power.
According to Donaghy, the NBA liked the series so much that they wanted to make sure it lasted an extra game, even at the expense of quality officiating.
The Lakers, for the game, shot 40 free throws to the Kings 25, including 27 in the fourth quarter alone compared to the Kings nine.
Mike Bibby got elbowed in the face by Kobe Bryant for no call. Vlade Divac was getting pushed around by Shaq and getting the foul called on him.
Of course, anything Donaghy says should be taken with a grain of salt, but one has to admit that the infamous Game 6 is one of, if not the worst, officiated games of all time.