That's one costly entrance for Sean Marks.
The Brooklyn general manager was suspended one game without pay and fined $25,000 for entering the referees' locker room after Game 4, a 112-108 loss for the Nets.
Marks is expected to serve the suspension Tuesday during Game 5. The series between the Nets and Sixers is currently tied at 2-2, with the action heading back to Philadelphia.
Officiating has been heavily scrutinized throughout the NBA season and that's only been heightened in the playoffs. This series, in particular, has not been lacking drama between the two sides -- whether it's Jared Dudley playing antagonist, resulting in Jimmy Butler's ejection, or Joel Embiid throwing verbal jabs and actual elbows.
Dudley was fined $25,000 and Butler $15,000 for their roles in Game 4.
Marks has rightfully received plenty of credit in assembling a Nets roster that earned the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference following a somewhat expedited rebuilding process.