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Golden State Warriors Are 1-15 When John Globe Or Tre Maddox Officiated Their Games: Both Of Them Were Referees On Warriors Vs. Lakers Game

Draymond Green and Stephen Curry

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If you're a fan of sports, chances are that you've blamed the referees for your team's losses more than once.

A controversial call or no-call can definitely shift momentum on one game. Not going to the line as often as you should, can also take a toll on your team's chances of winning.

That's why some Golden State Warriors fans aren't likely to be fond of NBA officials John Globe or Tre Maddox, as the Dubs always seem to lose when they're officiating their games.

As a matter of fact, according to Redditor Crackedddddd; NBA Ref Stats on Twitter recently pointed out that the Golden State Warriors were 1-14 when either of those referees was officiating, entering last night's play-in game vs. the Los Angeles Lakers.

As you may know by now, that number has now dropped to 1-15 after they lost last night in a thriller vs. LeBron James' squad.

Obviously, we're not saying that the referees are biased or that they hurt the Warriors' chances last night. If anything, some argued that Draymond Green should've been called for a flagrant foul on LeBron James.

This could be a mere coincidence and it's not like the league should launch an investigation about it, but it's still quite curious and worth mentioning.

Luckily for them, neither of them will be officiating when they host the Memphis Grizzlies for the second game of the play-in tournament, and chances are that they - as players - haven't even realized about this trend.