The NBA denied the Dallas Mavericks’ protest of their March 22 loss to the Golden State Warriors, the league announced Thursday.

Dallas protested the 127-125 loss because of their claim that the officials did not properly administer an out-of-bounds call with approximately two minutes remaining in the third quarter, resulting in an uncontested basket for Golden State.

After the game, Mavericks governor Mark Cuban posted on Twitter that the officials originally rewarded Dallas possession and then changed the call during the ensuing timeout without notifying the Mavs.

Cuban admitted Wednesday evening that he anticipated the protest would be denied.