DALLAS (AP) -Golden State guard Baron Davis was ejected with 0.2 seconds left in the third quarter of Game 2 against Dallas on Wednesday night, then teammate Stephen Jackson joined him later in the fourth quarter, both for getting two technical fouls.
Both got their first technical midway through the third quarter during an incident that started with Mavericks guard Jason Terry bumping into Jackson, then Davis.
Davis picked up two personal fouls early in the game, but didn't have another until the third quarter. He got two only minutes apart after the technical, then got his fifth personal for a mid-air collision while defending Dallas' Jerry Stackhouse in the final second of the quarter.
late. Official Bennett Salvatore hit Davis with his second technical, an automatic ejection.
Davis left with 13 points, two assists and one rebound, and the Warriors trailing 87-74. He had 33 points, 14 rebounds and eight assists in a Game 1 victory.
Jackson lasted until there was 4:34 left. Whatever he said that got him tossed wasn't nearly as bad as his reaction afterward, with most of his anger aimed at official Sean Corbin. Teammate Matt Barnes tried shielding Jackson's mouth, first with his arm then with a towel as he helped escort him to the locker room.

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