May 13, 2014; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Los Angeles Clippers forward Glen Davis (0) reacts to an officials call in the fourth quarter of game five of the second round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Oklahoma City won 105-104. Mandatory Credit: Alonzo Adams-USA TODAY Sports

Los Angeles Clippers react to controversial loss on Twitter

A wild series of events in the final minutes of Tuesday night’s Game 5 match up between the Los Angeles Clippers and Oklahoma City Thunder led to plenty of controversy and discussion about just how bad the referees screwed up with an out of bounds call that gave the Thunder the ball with a chance to tie the game.

Clippers head coach Doc Rivers and many others sounded off on the controversial calls, but the team’s official Twitter account also wanted to get in on the action.

While Rivers and Matt Barnes will likely receive fines from the NBA league office for their vocal criticism of referees following the game, the Clippers Twitter feed provided three simple letters that provided a handful of laughs on the Twitterverse.

SMH,” the Clippers account tweeted out.

Not much more needs to be said.

Of course, the head smacking should also be directed at the team’s players, who blew a commanding double-digit lead down the final stretch.

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  • Real M-Fing talk !!!

    The Refs made a bad situation worse by trying to cheat the game on the replay Somewhere that “felon” Tim Donaghy is smiling, rightfully so !

    then there was Chris ” that choking, foaming at the mouth dog, idiot of a basketball player” Paul making it worse. All, just like the commercial, A – L – L -, ALL that moron had to do was hold on to the ball and accept the foul game over, even if he dribbled out of bounds that would be better because your defense had a chance to set, If not for Chris, the Refs and Westbrick, Durant would be taking the heat for not showing up in big games. This game proves how much we take guys like Lebron and Jordan for granted, those players deserve the moniker superstars, others like Kobe are merely stars in the league… and yes Kobe who never lead any team anywhere , ok i will give you 1 ring but the others were Shaq, Artest and the refs in game 7 vs Boston, otherwise Kobe is a volume shooter, scorer like Durant, Wade, they do not make their teammates better only themselves.