In some of the most ridiculous news I've ever heard come out of the NBA, it appears that the Atlanta Hawks and the Miami Heat will must replay the final 51.9 seconds of their overtime game that occurred on December 19, 2007. Yes, you read correctly, they're REPLAYING the final 51.9 seconds of the game.
The reason they have to do this is because Shaquille O'Neal supposedly fouled out during overtime. Come to find out, he really didn't since the scorer's table made a mistake and inadvertently gave O'Neal a foul when it was committed by someone else. In addition, the Hawks were fined a whole $50,000 (or roughly 7,200 beers) for being negligent about the whole error – you see, home teams provide the staff running the scorer's table.
51.7 seconds? Really? I could understand a whole quarter, or an entire overtime period. But less than a minute? That just doesn't make any sense. I hope that it's worth it and that no one gets hurt.