Warriors Exec That Pushed Kyle Lowry Needs To Go!

  • by: Rebecca G.
  • recipient: NBA & Joseph S. Lacob and Peter Guber, Majority Owners of the Golden State Warriors
In Game 3 of the NBA Finals, Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry accidently crashed into the courtside seats while trying to save a ball from going out of bounds. That's his job – it happens.

But then, a Golden State Warriors investor named Mark Stevens who was seated in the front row, angrily PUSHED Lowry! 

This was completely unacceptable. Fans on the floor, especially entitled execs like Stevens, are not allowed to put their hands on the players. Not only was it assualt, it was also the ultimate disprespect for opposing team. When you choose to sit courtside, you know that being that close to the game means that you may accidently get hit. It even states that on the back of the ticket.

The NBA has already banned Stevens from attending any games for a year – and while that's a good start, it's not enough. He should be banned permanantly. 

As a Warriors fan, I don't want Mark Stevens and his rude and unsportsmanlike behavior to represent me and my team. Join me on calling on the NBA and the Warriors executive board to demand Stevens relinquish his shares, and forced to LEAVE the organization. 

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