The Cavaliers won Game 7 by a final of 93-89 with Kyrie Irving hitting a go-ahead three-pointer against Stephen Curry with 0:53 remaining in the game.
Danny Crawford, Mike Callahan and Monty McCutchen are the three referees assigned to work Game 7 of The Finals.
Through six games, LeBron James has a PER of 35.1 while averaging 30.2 points, 11.3 rebounds, 8.5 assists, 2.7 steals and 2.2 blocks on better than 51 percent shooting.
Steve Kerr was asked about whether his team lost their composure but he immediately shifted the attention to the refereeing.
Stephen Curry's mouthpiece hit Andrew Forbes, son of Cavaliers' minority owner Nate Forbes, on the shoulder.
Ken Mauer is the veteran of the crew with 30 years of experience, while Scott Foster is a 22-year veteran and Jason Phillips is in his 16th season.
Craig Sager has never worked an NBA Finals broadcast in his career.
The Warriors lost Game 5 but still have an 85 percent chance of winning the 2016 title.
The Warriors have been at their best since last year's playoffs with various iterations of a lineup with Draymond Green at center.
If Draymond Green were to be assessed a flagrant foul 1 after league review, he would receive an automatic suspension for Monday's Game 5.