Nikola Jokic may have pulled off a conspicuous foul toward the finish of the game, however he got the success for the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday night.

Jokic, subsequent to dropping 32 points, concocted an immense square and sent Zion Williamson rambling to the floor to lead the Denver Nuggets to a 114-112 success over the New Orleans Pelicans at Ball Arena.

Following by two as the clock ticked down, Zion Williamson went up at the edge for a layup to attempt to tie the game up — which probably would’ve constrained additional time.

He didn’t represent Jokic.

The Nuggets huge man came up from behind and expertly smacked the ball out of his hands, which sent Williamson to the floor and the ball directly into PJ Dozier’s hands.

Upon first looks, the square looked great and Jokic wasn’t required a foul.

Different points of that play, nonetheless, uncover what resembled a reasonable foul. Before he connected with the ball, Jokic hit Williamson’s correct arm.

In any case, no foul was approached the court. The Nuggets got the success.

Regardless of the no-call, Williamson — who drove New Orleans with 21 points — didn’t appear to take it excessively hard.

Nuggets mentor Michael Malone was significantly more centered around how his group almost self-destructed toward the end than he was the last play. Denver, subsequent to driving helpfully for a large portion of the challenge, finished the night on some unacceptable side of a 13-4 altercation the last moment.

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