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That’s all Dan Gilbert wanted to say to get his level throughout.
The Cleveland Cavaliers proprietor despatched some severe shade the officers’ approach at halftime of Wednesday’s Game 3 NBA Finals matchup with the Golden State Warriors, stating Cleveland had not tried a free throw in a since-deleted tweet:
Officiating has been a major source of frustration from Cavs fans dating back to Game 1. In particular, LeBron James’ overturned drawn charge on Kevin Durant within the ultimate minute arguably helped the end result lengthy earlier than JR Smith made arguably the largest gaffe in NBA historical past seconds later.
It’s fairly clear primarily based on his tweet Gilbert feels the identical approach.
He simply did not really feel that approach sturdy sufficient to maintain the tweet up. Odds are he’ll in a short time be taught tweets by no means die.