Gabrielle Union goes off on the referees for not calling a foul on Dwyane Wade in the closing seconds of Game 5.

By Extra Mustard
April 27, 2016

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Gabrielle Union agrees with Skip Bayless.

It may not happen often but she took to Twitter to debate a call in the final minute of the game that went against the Miami Heat.

With just five seconds remaining, Dwyane Wade made his way toward the basket before having the game-tying shot contested by Cody Zeller and Courtney Lee.

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“There’s no reason for me to look at it. It ain’t going to change anything. I thought I did. It wasn’t called,” he told reporters after the game.

Detroit Pistons guard Reggie Jackson was also critical of the officiating following his team’s elimination from the playoffs in four games by the Cleveland Cavaliers. He told the media that referees should face fines and suspensions for blown calls.

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UPDATE: The NBA ruled Thursday that Wade was not fouled in the closing seconds of Game 5.

See how Union reacted on Twitter below:

The Hornets walked away with the 90–88 victory with Lee’s three-pointer being the game-winning basket. Charlotte now leads the series 3–2 with Game 6 set for Friday.

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