Nov 15, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat point guard Mario Chalmers (15) helps up Dallas Mavericks power forward Dirk Nowitzki (41) after Chalmers was ejected from the game during the second half at American Airlines Arena. Miami won 110-104. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Heat's Mario Chalmers voices displeasure with suspension on social media

Earlier today, the NBA decided to suspend Miami Heat point guard Mario Chalmers for a forearm to the head of Dallas Mavericks star, Dirk Nowitzki.

Chalmers, who has been involved in a couple dust-ups in recent weeks was not thrilled with the ruling, taking to social media where he vented his frustrations over the suspension:

Never in my career been a dirty player. It’s clear that my arm was being held and that’s wat caused me to hit dirk. Enough is enough man. My teammates gonna hold it down for me tonight against the bobcats. Can’t wait till Tuesday night. It’s startin to get personal now.

Oh snap – now it’s getting personal?! WATCH OUT.

In fairness to Chalmers, after he leveled the blow, he did attempt to help Dirk up off the floor and while I wouldn’t consider Chalmers dirty exactly, this isn’t his first rodeo either.

Regardless of Chalmers’ opinion, he’ll miss Saturday’s contest against the Charlotte Bobcats and will be nearly $40,000 dollars lighter in the pocket.

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