When you get front row seats to any sporting event you can sometimes become part of the action.

Well, one "fan" at Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night got into the action by shoving Toronto Raptors’ Kyle Lowry after the player went into the stands to save the ball from going out of bounds.

In actuality, it wasn't a fan just any old fan that shoved Lowry, but was part owner of the Warriors, Mark Stevens according to reports.

Because of this his actions, Stevens was ejected and escorted from the building.

Lowry was visibly upset and said postgame, “There’s no place for that. He had no reason to touch me. He had no reason to reach over two seats and then say some vulgar language to me. There’s no place for people like that in our league.”

The 33-year old point guard ran down a loose ball early in the fourth quarter and jumped in the air as the ball was going out of bounds, near where the Warriors owner Joe Lacob sits. Lowry got to the ball but knocked it into the official and landed in the lap of a male fan who appeared to grab Lowry’s jersey with two hands. This gentleman appeared to be making sure that Lowry didn’t go flying any further to help save him and other fans.

Another fan was standing nearby, she appeared to pat the player on his back. At the same time, a man in a blue shirt who was sitting down extended his left arm and gave Lowry a shove to his left shoulder.

When you sit courtside, you are paying big bucks for the seats. The price just keeps on rising as each game in the postseason goes on. So, why in the hell would somebody pay over $12,000 US, the current price for a Game 4 VIP courtside seat at Oracle Arena, and then do something so stupid as pushing a player so they get ejected?

Even if Stevens gets his tickets for free as an owner, he has no right to what he did, no matter how innocent the shove was.

Sitting courtside, you know you could get to see the players a little more up close than normal and that a ball can go into the stands so you should know you may have some interaction and contact from them. However, it is unintentional, and they are not targeting you. While it was just a shove there was no right for this person to do it.

In the end, Lowry and the Raptors got the last laugh as Toronto took Game 3 in enemy territory 123-109 to take a 2-1 series lead over the Golden State Warriors. The Raptors can put a stranglehold on the series if they can take Game 4 Friday night on the road.