James Harden’s 85-foot 3-pointer waived off at half

HOUSTON — The Houston Rockets came out on fire in Game 4 against the Golden State Warriors leading 69-59 at halftime.

But unfortunately, they can’t have all the luck after a 85-foot shot from James Harden was waived off as the clock struck zero at the end of the second quarter.

The play was under review briefly to determine Harden got the ball off on time, but officials ruled it came just after the buzzer.

The Rockets reaction was priceless.

While this epic shot didn’t count, the Rockets will have to make due with just the 10 three-pointers they had in the first half. 

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