NBA owners voted unanimously Thursday in approving the use of instant replay for three more types of plays.
Flagrant fouls will now be reviewed at all times. After a referee calls a flagrant foul, the crew will use replay to determine whether the foul is a flagrant-1, flagrant-2 or a common foul.
In the last two minutes of regulation or at any time in overtime, replay will be used to determine whether a defender is inside or outside the restricted area defined by the semicircle in the lane beneath the front of the rim.
In the last two minutes of regulation or at any time in overtime, replay will be used on goaltending calls.
Replay was first put in place for the 2002-03 season after a handful of crucial calls were missed by referees during the 2002 playoffs.
It initially was used to review only last-second shots and fouls but now is used for 14 potential instances.