Warriors Part-Owner Mark Stevens Called Out By LeBron And Banned From Finals Over Kyle Lowry Shove

"What if [Kyle Lowry] would have reacted and put his hands back on him. You guys would be going CRAZY!!"

During Game 3 of the NBA Finals at the Oracle Arena, a Golden State Warriors fan was ejected from the game after shoving Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry during a courtside fall out-of-bounds. When the fan was identified as a minority owner for the Warriors, LeBron James spoke out on social media about the incident.

The shove occurred in the second half when Lowry leaped after a loose ball headed for the sideline. After running after the ball, Lowry accidentally landed on a small section of courtside ticket holders.

As Lowry tried to get up, a fan was seen giving the Toronto guard a hard shove on the shoulder.

  • At the top of the fourth quarter, the fan was ejected from the game

  • Then he was identified as none other than Mark Stevens, a venture capitalist and part owner of the Warriors

  • After the clip went viral and Stevens was identified, LeBron, who has remained relatively quiet during the finals, spoke out against the owner on Instagram

  • In a statement, the Warriors announced Stevens was banned from attending the rest of the NBA Finals

    According to sportswriter Arash Madani, Stevens, who is a billionaire investor, plans to publicly apologize and make a donation to the Raptors' guard's Lowry Love Foundation.

    There’s no word on when that apology will take place.

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