The NBA has righted many wrongs and issued a statement condemning the refs for last nights performance in the Kings and Clippers game. The league pulled no punches in calling out the refs for the mixup.
"Last nights officiating did not honor the spirit of the game, and the officials have been punished. It is absolutely ridiculous that a team would be allowed to shoot 10 free throws against the Clippers. The league would like to ask for the forgiveness of Donald Sterling, Doc Rivers, Blake Griffin, and the rest of the parties involved. As many know, the Clippers have their own set of rules, and last night those rules were violated in an obscene matter. The fact that the Clippers were able to squeeze out a win despite only shooting 27 more free throws than the Kings is truly historic, and should be talked about for ages. To prevent future incidents like this, there are some new rules that are to be enforced immediately.
Clippers games the paint will be off limits to all players not named Blake Griffin. If defense stifles Blake too much, the defender will be asked to leave the court immediately. Furthermore, on every Clippers fastbreak, a timeout will be charged to the other team in order to park a KIA on the court so that Blake Griffin can jump over the hood and give the illusion that he cleared the car. Blake Griffin will also be issued a "foul whistle" that he will have the freedom to blow any time he feels threatened. There will also be two body guards on court at all time in case someone has a problem with Blake Griffin. If this causes any problems, we will be sure to immediately call a technical on Kings Center, Demarcus Cousins. Finally, in an exciting addition, Steven Spielberg will now be directing the Clippers every game to ensure they get the best performance out of their flops. Thank you, and GOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CLIPPS!"
When asked about this statement, several Kings looked confused, an issue the league found out about, and is currently constructing a proper punishment for.