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At some level of the fourth quarter of Game 3 in the 2019 NBA Finals, a Warriors minority owner shoved Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry, who had dove into the first row for a free ball. 

The fragment-owner, Label Stevens, turned into fined $500,000 and banned for 365 days by the league. On the time, Lowry acknowledged there turned into no location for behavior bask in that in the NBA. 

Hardly ever eight months later, a almost identical incident occurred Thursday during the Raptors' sport against the Cavaliers in Cleveland.

Late in the fourth quarter of Toronto's 115-109 victory, Lowry tried to trace down a free ball following a Pascal Siakam leave out. The six-time All-Star landed on a pair of followers in the first row, one amongst whom looks to push Lowry in the aid while he turned into getting up, causing Lowry to expose around in the center of the play. 

Kyle Lowry says he’s upset about a fan shoving him:

“It’s wonderful man. Our followers shouldn’t be represented by other folks bask in him. It’s the 2nd time it’s came about to me…subsequent time it occurs I don’t know if I’ll be in a characteristic to manipulate myself and optimistically I will.” pic.twitter.com/5kN4sUGkuT

— NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) January 31, 2020

“Followers pushing you, it is wonderful, man,” Lowry really helpful journalists after the sport. “The NBA followers mustn't be represented by other folks bask in him.

“I purchased pushed, and that’s the 2nd time it’s came about to me. The next time it occurs, I don’t know if I’ll be in a characteristic to manipulate myself. Followers bask in that shouldn’t be in a characteristic to lay any hands on you and mustn't be a fraction of our sport.”

Contributing: Associated Press

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