Mavericks and Mark Cuban file objection after loss to Warriors

DALLAS — Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said he plans to protest Wednesday night's.

Kevon Looney dunked easily on the inbounds play and the Mavericks lined up on their offensive end.

Then quickly pointed to the Dallas bench to signal a timeout.

Looney protested when Nagy pointed to the Dallas bench.

The public address broadcaster also indicated that Dallas was awarded possession.

After the break, the Mavericks lined up on their offensive end, allowing Looney to dunk easily without a defender.

Cuban said he planned to protest after posting on Twitter that he felt the sequence was "possibly the worst non-call mistake in NBA history."

The Mavericks had possession as it was on the same end of the floor as the Mavs.

The Mavericks were without All-Star guard Kyrie Irving due to a sore right foot and fell 1¹/₂ games behind the Warriors.