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June 15, 2019

Golden State Warriors minority owner Mark Stevens shoves Toronto Raptor Kyle Lowry during Game 3 on June 5, 2019 in Oakland, California. The NBA announced its decision not long after Lowry said Stevens "shouldn't be a part of our league".

"I take full responsibility for my actions (Wednesday) at the NBA Finals and am embarrassed by what transpired", Stevens' statement read, in part. "What I did was wrong and there is no excuse for it. Mr. Lowry deserves better, and I have reached out today in an attempt to directly apologize".

"I see it in some timeouts, but I don't know of any person that's attending the game that isn't a participant in the game a coach - I'm sorry, a player or a coach that has access to the court", Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer told journalists during a conference call.

Warriors spokesman Raymond Ridder and security officials confirmed the fan who shoved Lowry was ejected and escorted from Oracle Arena.

Golden State coach Steve Kerr said he would personally apologize to Lowry and the Raptors. Lowry did not touch Stevens, but he leaned over and pushed him as the player tried to regain his footing. He had no reason to reach over two seats and then say some vulgar language to me. He now owns S-Cubed Capital.

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The final game of the 2019 NBA Finals will take place on June 16. The league said team representatives must be held to higher standards, and Stevens' actions were "beyond unacceptable". We're extremely disappointed in his actions and, along with Mr Stevens, offer our honest apology to Kyle Lowry and the Toronto Raptors organisation for this unfortunate misconduct. There was as much buzz about Lowry's dust-up with the fan as his offense. "Hopefully, he never comes back to an National Basketball Association game". LeBron James weighed in to blast Stevens and support Lowry.

LeBron James wrote on Instagram that "There's absolutely no place in our attractive game for that AT ALL".

"When you sit courtside you absolutely know what comes with being on the floor and if you don't know it's on the back on the ticket itself that states the guidelines".

But after a loss in the 2016 Finals, they recruited Kevin Durant, himself a former league MVP, to join them from Oklahoma City, creating a super team that has since won two more titles and caused more than a few fans to wonder if the whole thing wasn't just a little unfair.

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