Left-back Aaron Cresswell fired in a late equaliser at the Vitality Stadium as West Ham stretched their unbeaten Premier League run to six matches.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "It was another for the neutral, who'd have loved it. It was an end-to-end game, very open. For the respective managers it was probably not so easy to watch.
"We had a slow start, we were a bit lethargic, but we showed really good character to stay in the game, so good that we found ourselves 2-1 ahead, and that was probably the key spell of the game. Could we get the two-goal cushion? We didn't and that let West Ham back in it to get a point.
"It's too early to make assumptions about where we'll finish, but in terms of our general play and how the team sets up, I do think there's more to come from us."
On the Callum Wilson miss: "It was a good chance, a really good team move - my only thought at the time was, could he square it maybe to Joshua King or Harry Wilson, which would have been the easier thing to do? But he's taken it on, he's in confident mood and the goalkeeper's made a good save.
"It doesn't mean we have to concede at the other end, it's not an excuse for conceding. We have to tighten up in that respect as we can't have to score three to win."
On speaking to Manuel Pellegrini at length at the final whistle: "It wasn't heated, we were just discussing the VAR calls and obviously everyone's got their different opinions on the decisions, so there's no problem.