Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta tried to take a jab at the Golden State Warriors by retweeting ESPN's Bobby Marks' tweet about their $82,400,000 tax bill after the Dubs acquired small forward Kelly Oubre Jr. from the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Everyone knows Tilman Fertitta is all about saving his money. He is reportedly hellbent on reducing payroll and getting the Rockets franchise out of the luxury tax business for the foreseeable future, per The Athletic.

The Rockets and Warriors have been fierce rivals for the past couple of seasons, so it's not a surprise to see this move by Fertitta, who doesn't have a lot of fans in Houston right now in the wake of the James Harden trade request. The 2018 MVP reportedly wants out of Clutch City, as does 2017 MVP Russell Westbrook.

Westbrook and Harden appear to be on the move this offseason, although the Rockets reportedly do not mind keeping them for longer into the 2020-21 NBA season. Harden has been linked to reunite with former Oklahoma City Thunder teammate Kevin Durant with the Brooklyn Nets.

Some Rockets fans believe Fertitta cares more about saving money than building a winning team in Houston. Right now, all eyes are on the Rockets organization with Harden and Westbrook both wanting out. Reports have stated that Westbrook is looking to go somewhere he can be the No. 1 option on offense again.

Fertitta thought he could subtly bash the Warriors with this retweet and then delete it, but it was up long enough for NBA Twitter to catch him.