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Monday night’s game between the Denver Nuggets and Detroit Pistons was marked by frustration, as both teams expressed their discontent with officiating. The Nuggets had lost in Cleveland the previous night, and Coach Michael Malone’s vocal criticisms of officiating continued into this game. He was ejected before the first quarter ended, following a heated argument with the referees. Nikola Jokic also expressed his frustration and was ejected with a light second technical shortly after Malone left the court.

The questionable ejections of both Malone and Jokic have sparked a debate about the thin-skinned nature of NBA refereeing this season. Some argue that allowing players to show their emotions leads to more passionate and compelling play, while others believe that maintaining control of the game is essential for fairness and safety. However, it is clear that the trade-off between these two factors can have detrimental effects on the entertainment value of the game.

In conclusion, while there is a need for NBA referees to maintain authority during games, it is important to find a balance that allows for passionate play and expression of emotion from players without compromising fairness or safety.

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