Clippers try to move on from controversy with Game 6 ahead READ MORE
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NBA president of basketball operations Rod Thorn responded in a statement Wednesday, saying: "In order to reverse the call made on the court, there has to be 'clear and conclusive' evidence. Since no replay provided such evidence, the play correctly stood as called with the Thunder retaining possession."
With Game 6 Thursday night at Staples Center, the Clippers look to shake the call and keep their season alive.
"I was very upset last night, and rightly so, but you've got to move on," Rivers said on Wednesday. "That's basically what I told our guys last night on the plane. We had a little impromptu meeting. I told them, 'Listen, it doesn't matter. It's 3-2, we've got to win at home and then go win on the road. That's got to be our focus.' "