NBA ref allegedly caught with burner account defending his calls to Lakers fans on Twitter

A good NBA referee spends his career in anonymity. That was the case for veteran official Eric Lewis entering his 19th season this year. Lewis has officiated more than 1,000 NBA games in his career, and was in the crew for NBA Finals matchups between the Raptors-Warriors in 2019, Lakers-Heat in 2020, and Bucks-Suns in 2021. His resume is about as good as any referee in the league.

Lewis’ career took a strange turn when he was in the spotlight for missing one of the most talked-about blown calls of the regular season. Lewis was the official who failed to call an obvious foul on Jayson Tatum when

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