Dallas Mavericks to file formal protest over controversial 3rd quarter no-call against Golden State Warriors
The Dallas Mavericks lost 127-125 to the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night. After a timeout, the Mavericks lined up on the far end of the floor as if it was their possession. The play resulted in a wide open basket for Kevon Looney. The Mavericks now have 48 hours to officially file the protest with the league's office.
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Mavericks right to file protest in 'worst officiating non call' loss to Warriors? | What's Wright?
In the Mavs-Warriors game last night, there was confusion as to whose ball it was coming out of a timeout and the officials let the Warriors inbound the ball under their own hoop for an uncontested bucket. The Warriors would go on to win the game by two points. Nick Wright reacts to the protest filed by the Mavericks and the referee’s hesitancy to give Draymond Green and Luka Dončić a technical foul in the game. Nick explains the Warriors are no…
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NBA: Mavericks plan to protest loss to Warriors–report
The Dallas Mavericks are planning to file a formal protest to the NBA after claiming a mistake by referees late in the third quarter led to their 127-125 loss to the Golden State Warriors on
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