NBA round-up: League admit they made mistake in Utah Jazz loss to Hornets

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NBA fans, welcome.

There’s plenty to discuss this morning, as is usually the case in the middle of a busy season of activity, so we won’t hold you up with drawn out introductions.

Watch the video above or read on below for all of the latest headlines. Don’t forget to leave thoughts and opinions in the comments box provided.

NBA admit mistake

It will come as little consolation to fans of the Utah Jazz, but the NBA have admitted that a game-changing error was made by officials during their loss to the Houston Rockets yesterday.

The league acknowledged that a foul should have been called on the Rockets after Jeff Withey was obstructed on his way to what would have been a game-tying dunk.

The Rockets ended up holding on for a 93-91 victory - safe to say Jazz fans are still tender regarding the controversy.

Watch the game highlights below:

Butler's run continues

Meanwhile, Jimmy Butler continued his fantastic recent run of form by putting up 32 points against Milwaukee.

After bagging 42 during the win over the Toronto Raptors, Butler was once again the star man for the Bulls, also notching 10 assists. He’s now scored 74 in his last two games.

Curry on his shin problem

Last, but not least, Stephen Curry has admitted that his leg injury is annoying, but insisted it wasn’t worrying him moving forward.

On the back of the Golden State Warriors bowling over the Los Angeles Lakers 109-88 - they’re now 33-2 - Curry described his shin problem as being a bother but nothing serious.

Cue sighs of relief from Warriors fans everywhere.

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