The Golden State Warriors recently made headlines when they filed a complaint with the league against the Portland Trail Blazers.
The complaint was related to a trade deal that involved Gary Payton II, who had failed his physical after the deal was completed.
This led to a lot of drama and speculation, with Warriors fans accusing the Blazers' medical staff of malpractice and deception
However, the Warriors ultimately decided not to pursue their complaint against the Blazers, and the deal was allowed to stand.
Chris Haynes, a sports reporter, expressed disappointment at this outcome, comparing it to the frustrating and often controversial NFL instant replay system
Despite the drama surrounding the trade deal, things ultimately worked out for all parties involved.
Gary Payton II eventually got healthy, which allowed the Warriors to keep their defensive specialist and fan favorite
Meanwhile, the Blazers were able to keep their five second-round draft picks and continue their recent tanking strategy.
The Warriors' protest may have been prompted by sincere fury at the Blazers or to deflect attention from their recent picking mistakes.