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LeBron James, Dwyane Wade voice frustration on Twitter with amount of fouls in NCAA championship game 

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LeBron James, Dwyane Wade voice frustration on Twitter with amount of fouls in NCAA championship game 

Even the pros were fed up with the refs.

With Monday’s NCAA championship game between North Carolina and Gonzaga seemingly stopping every possession because of a foul, fans were getting upset, voicing their frustration on Twitter.

Count NBA stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade among the fans who couldn’t deal.

“Let these kids play. Put the whistles away,” Wade tweeted.

“Man I can’t watch this anymore man! I would like to see the kids decide who wins the game! I mean Bruh!! Smh,” wrote James.

Even Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers wasn’t feeling the officiating.

“Flagrant 1? Hmm. #NCAAChampionship #TheMasters #BallDontLie”

There were 44 fouls between the two teams combined, more than either of the two semifinal games.

North Carolina went on to win the game, but not without officiating controversy of course.

With under a minute left a jump ball was called when it was clear that Tar Heels center Kennedy Meeks’ hand was out of bounds.

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade voice frustration on Twitter with amount of fouls in NCAA championship game 

Leave it to the officials to stir up some controversy.

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