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VIDEO: Bob Fitzgerald goes off on referees in Warriors-Grizzlies game

The Warriors' broadcaster was a bit opinionated on Wednesday night.

Sports announcers are supposed to call the game from a totally neutral perspective and ... LOL, yeah, right. No reason to keep up the charade.

Anyway, Golden State Warriors announcer Bob Fitzgerald, one of the, ahem, more supportive announcers of the home team, showed some of that support in this rant midway through the fourth quarter of the Warriors' loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. Frustrated by a series of fouls on rebounds underneath the basket, Fitzgerald pleaded for the referees to let contact go and sarcastically noted how there wasn't a foul called on Memphis' possession.

Bob Fitzgerald paired with Tommy Heinsohn would make for a hilarious broadcast.

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