Mark Cuban Criticizes Refs on Twitter During Mavs’ Loss to Warriors

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Had Mark Cuban been in attendance at Oracle Arena last night during the Dallas Mavericks’ 128-120 loss to the Golden State Warriors, he would have been able to yell at the officials directly, from the comfort of his lower-bowl seats.

Unfortunately, the Mavs owner couldn’t make it out to Oakland, so he had to do his criticizing of the officials via Twitter.

It all started when Mavericks center Salah Mejri was called for a travel in the second quarter.  Cuban obviously disagreed with the call made by referee Derrick Stafford:

Shortly after, he voiced his disapproval with the ref’s decision not to call a technical foul on a Warriors player:

And he wasn’t done there:

This isn’t the first time Cuban’s taken to Twitter to criticize NBA officiating. In 2013 he was fined $50,000 for tweeting, “”tried for 13 seasons to fix the officiating in this league and I have failed miserably.”

Look for the NBA to hit his wallet even harder this time around.

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