I realize that the referees are sometimes afraid to make a game-deciding bad call, but I've always said, a bad no-call can just as easily decide the game. We saw that on Monday when Shawn Marion capped off a career night by using a wily veteran move and grabbing Kevin Love's arm while he's trying to shoot.
At least the league admitted it was a mistake, but if that play happens in the middle of the 2nd quarter, it's a foul 95% of the time. Refs, like players, shouldn't worry about being clutch. They should officiate the end of the game like they would any other part of the game.
Anywho, the Wolves play the Pelicans tonight and will win by at least 50.