A statistic/rule I never knew before tonight

You guys remember early on when Galen uncharacteristically lost a dribble in the front court and there was a scramble for the ball? Because it was a tied ball and the arrow was in our direction it wasn’t a turnover. The only reason I know this is that Galen is credited with zero turnovers tonight.

At first glance it could seem logical to say, well we kept the ball so no turnover. We did lost the possession arrow though. However it means we lose a future possession unless it happens in the second half and there is never a tie ball again.

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