Blazers’ McCollum trolls Mavericks with ‘Law and Order’ spoof

The NBA has handed Portland guard CJ McCollum a one-game suspension for leaving the bench area during an altercation. (Craig Mitchelldyer/AP)

The 2017 NBA off-season has been wild to say the least.

James Harden and John Wall signed monster contract extensions, marquee names like Paul George, Kyrie Irving, Isaiah Thomas and Chris Paul were moved in blockbuster trades, and players’ social media accounts have been a steady source of drama.

Portland Trail Blazers guard C.J. McCollum decided to jump in on the fun with a post poking fun at the Dallas Mavericks on Monday. Dubbed Law and Order: CJ’s Victims Unit, the 25-year-old highlighted two impressively clutch shots from this past season that came at the Mavericks’ expense.

Dallas owner Mark Cuban didn’t seem to take too kindly to McCollum’s actions, pointing out that Mavericks guard Yogi Ferrell tied an NBA rookie record with nine three-pointers in one of the games displayed in McCollum’s video.

McCollum, who is no stranger to Twitter beef, took the rebuttal in stride, teasing a potential “bloopers edition” for the future.

It remains to be seen whether or not CJ’s Victims Unit will be renewed for a second season.

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