On Sunday, the NBA announced the fine of head coach Dwane Casey for $25,000 for his criticism of the officiating, and Dahntay Jones (Cleveland Cavaliers guard) was suspended for Game 4 for his low blow on Toronto Raptors' center - Bismack Biyombo.

According to ESPN, coach Casey repeatedly referenced a disparity in foul calls during the Eastern Conference Finals - but, Raptors' 99-84 won Game 3 and Cavs now lead the series 2-1.  The Toronto Raptors have been called for 73 personal fouls over Cavaliers' 46 fouls in three games.

When Raptors head coach Casey was asked about the officiating on Sunday, Casey stated, "I'm not trying to get anybody -- it's over with. I said what I had to say last night. I'm not trying to send a message. It was a comment about the game last night, and it's over with."

As Cavaliers guard Jones, forcibly hit Biyombo (dominated boards with 26 rebounds - The Guardian reports) in the groin on the final possession of the game, and left Biyombo doubled over in pain on the floor in front of the Cavaliers bench even after the game ended.

Biyombo said after the NBA Eastern Conference Finals Game 3, "I got hit in an area that I wasn't supposed to get hit on, or a private area, so to speak. Whenever the league has a chance, they probably want to take a look at that. That's all I can say on that one."

However, as stated by NBA, the Eastern Conference Finals of Cavaliers vs Raptors will continue Game 4 on Monday night. The tip-off from the Air Canada Centre will be at 8:30 PM ET on ESPN.

The Cavaliers team is eager to bounce back after Saturday night's 99-84 loss in Game 3. As the team's record, the Cavaliers was not beaten two consecutive games against Eastern Conference teams in the Playoffs of NBA since 2010.