LeBron James Says NBA Rule 'Makes Absolutely No Sense'

Although LeBron James doesn't tweet frequently, when he does, it receives attention. James objected to Jason Kidd losing his challenge even though he converted on both in the Dallas Mavericks vs.   

Minnesota Timberwolves highly competitive Western Conference Finals game.  

When the ball went off early on Minnesota in what should have been a standard out-of-bounds violation, Kidd used his second challenge.  

The officials chose to use a jump ball since they were unable to see it. But Kidd disapproved and used his second challenge to his advantage, preventing them from making another one for the remainder of the fourth quarter.  

"All good things must come to an end," as the saying goes. That statement struck a little closer to home for NBA fans on Wednesday, as a report from the Sports Business Journal stated that the 2024–25 season will mark the final season of TNT's  

"Inside The NBA," as the league will later this week sign new media rights agreements with ESPN, NBC, and Amazon.  

Theoretically, the foursome consisting of Shaquille O'Neal, Kenny Smith, Charles Barkley, and Ernie Johnson could continue together if they signed with one of those other networks, but Johnson is said to have no plans to leave TNT.  

For the time being, though, we do know that the legendary crew will receive a fitting send-off tour—and they certainly deserve their flowers.  

Last season, as the Dallas Mavericks struggled to the point of missing the playoffs, shocking footage of an irate Luka Doncic was released to the NBA world.  

A Dallas fan created an inspirational highlight reel after the Mavs' Game 6 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. It began with on-court footage from the 2024 playoffs and ended with the low points of the previous season.   

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