I have an example where this happened to me. I tried YouTube TV back in Nov/Dec 2019 so I could watch the Bulls right after Dish dropped NBC Sports Chicago. The Bulls were at the Hornets, down by 5 points with 15ish seconds left in the game. Both teams were out of timeouts and that game finished with the Bulls hitting a 3, stealing the inbound, and hit another 3 to win the game. The Hornets player was shooting a free throw with 15 seconds to go, and I received the ESPN notification on my phone that the game was over and the Bulls won by 1. I thought it was a mistake since they were down by 5, but ignored it. Since the YouTube TV feed was about 30-45 seconds behind live, I then saw it play out. It was definitely an "are you kidding me moment" but at the same time didn't have the same feeling since I saw the result on my phone. I can definitely see streaming taking more of a foothold for sports in the future once the delay is next to nothing.