The Thunder were leading by three with under 20 seconds left when Russell Westbrook raced up court and appeared to travel by dragging his right pivot foot before calling timeout. The timeout was awarded to Oklahoma City as Golden State's home crowd booed the no-call mercilessly. The only question is if Westbrook correctly called the timeout before traveling.
Oklahoma City went on to win 108-102 and claim a 1-0 series lead.
After the game, the NBA's SVP of Replay and Referee Operations said the no-call was an "unfortunate miss":
Transcript of NBA TV Postgame Interview with Joe Borgia pic.twitter.com/Q1NXZP6Zc3— NBA Official (@NBAOfficial) May 17, 2016