Listen: Wolves radio announcer flips out over Kevin Love non-call
December 31, 2013 — 6:53pm
The outrage that Jim Petersen mustered on FOX Sports North Monday night over the lack of a foul when Kevin Love was mauled while trying to shoot a three-pointer at the final buzzer was nothing compared to the reaction of WCCO-AM's Alan Horton, the usually excellent radio voice of the Timberwolves.
There really are no words to describe it, so let's listen to Horton in his own words:
(You should know that "ED MALLOY" is the official who should have made the foul call when Love tried his three-pointer at the final buzzer with Minnesota trailing by three.)
Now, here's Horton's call:
Yeah, it was a pretty bad call, as even the NBA has acknowledged.
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