Ice Cube is feeling some type of way. Of course he came up with The Big3 a few years ago that has former NBA players competing on the court around the country. The game has a different rule from the typical NBA rules. However, over the weekend, the NBA All-Star weekend changed things up for their game and Cube feels he needs some credit for it. The regular rules that we were used for the game were switched up this year. According to The Jasmine Brand, the format for their All-Star Game highlights it’s first quarter of play into a mini-game for charity. The final quarter was un-timed with a target score that decided which team wins. The scores were reset to zero at the start of the second and third quarters, then reinstated at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Now this is a little of how the Big3 runs things. There is no timer in the Big3. Whoever reaches 50 points first, wins. When Cube got wind of the new rules, Cube felt like the Big3 should get some type of credit. Cube tweeted a few things, even asking where his invoice was when the All-Stars posted their changes.