Cleveland Weatherman Voices Displeasure Over LeBron James' No-Call Foul on TV

Arman Walia@ArmanWalia Featured ColumnistJune 8, 2015

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The Cleveland Cavaliers pulled out a thrilling 95-93 victory over the Golden State Warriors in overtime to even the series Sunday night in Oakland. 

Of course, there were some controversial calls along the way that upset many fans—including a weatherman.

The call that stood out the most came with less two minutes left in overtime. LeBron James attempted a fadeaway shot and was blatantly hacked by the Warriors' Andre Iguodala.

Mark Johnson, a chief meteorologist for NewsChannel 5 in Cleveland, was so disgusted he had to say something on the air to vent his frustration before giving the live weather report. He even had a member of his production crew help out with a re-enactment, comparing the missed call to getting his armed sawed off.

This series has been incredible so far, and it all continues with Game 3 in Cleveland on Tuesday. 

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