With just over three minutes left to play, a lone “Let’s go Mavericks” chant could be heard over an especially quiet crowd as fans began to file out of the building.
In a final show of one fan’s frustration, an object was thrown from the upper deck and landed with a loud crash in the corner of the arena near the player’s tunnel in the game’s final minute. A member of the security staff picked up the pieces of the object. It was a smashed Beal bobblehead.
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