OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 05: Kyle Lowry #7 of the Toronto Raptors argues with Warriors minority investor Mark Stevens (blue shirt) after Lowry chased down a loose ball in the second half against the Golden State Warriors during Game Three of the 2019 NBA Finals at ORACLE Arena on June 05, 2019 in Oakland, California. According to to the Warriors, Stevens will not be in attendance for the remainder of the NBA Finals as they look further into the incident. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)

Mark Stevens has officially been banned by the NBA and Golden State Warriors for his actions towards Kyle Lowry.

Dylan Byers, NBC News, reported on Thursday that prior to next season, Stevens will likely be forced to sell his Warriors ownership shares as punishment.

During Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday at Oracle Arena, Stevens pushed Lowry as the Toronto Raptors guard went into the stands to save a ball.

In addition to that, Lowry claims Stevens told him multiple times to “go f— yourself”.

The incident and fact that it turned out the fan in question was the minority owner of the Warriors, has become the biggest talking topic the day after the game.

The NBA and the Warriors are in support of Lowry and have taken action.

Everyone is calling Stevens’ actions unacceptable.

The NBA has been serious about taking the measures to inform fans that their conduct can’t cross a line with their behavior at games like Mark Stevens did.

They also are all about protecting players.

In the past they have forced an owner to sell their shares for improper conduct.

This is model to force someone like Stevens to sell his shares for being a poor representative of the league.