Owner Mark Cuban made a point to complain about what he considers an NBA officiating trend after his Dallas Mavericks lost 98-95 to the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night. Cuban expressed concern that referees are ignoring a league emphasis to call defensive three-second violations.
“I know it’s not the league, so somewhere along the line, officials have chosen not to call defensive three seconds,” Cuban said, addressing reporters in the middle of the locker room after the game, a rarity for him.
Source: Tim MacMahon of ESPN
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