Mark Cuban Criticizes Referees Over Contentious Play In Warriors vs. Mavericks Matchup

Photo: Instagram/Mark Cuban 

The Golden State Warriors versus Dallas Mavericks game on Wednesday night sparked controversy with a bizarre play that resulted in the Mavericks losing by two points.

During the end of the third quarter, the entire Mavericks team was lined up on the opposite end of the court, and the Warriors received a seemingly free basket.

The play prompted Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban to express his anger on Twitter, explaining what had happened.

Photo: Instagram/Mark Cuban 

Mark Cuban's frustration is understandable given the significance of the moment in the game, and the final result.

The Athletic's Shams Charania reported that the Mavericks plan to file a formal protest, with the specific focus being on this particular play. It will undoubtedly be a situation to monitor closely as it unfolds.

The Dallas Mavericks' protest of their loss to the Golden State Warriors has been making headlines due to the controversial play in the third quarter.

Mark Cuban, who is the owner of the Mavericks, expressed his anger on social media, further fueling the controversy surrounding the game.

The Mavericks' planned formal protest will focus on the play in question, which could lead to further discussions and investigations.

The incident has brought attention to the importance of fair play and how one controversial moment can impact the outcome of a game.

The NBA has rules and regulations in place to prevent such incidents from occurring, but in this case, the Mavericks were left feeling the impact of what they consider to be an unfair decision.

As the situation develops, it will be interesting to see how the NBA responds and if any changes will be implemented to prevent similar occurrences in the future.

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Source: Sports Illustrated
 

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