LeBron James’ argument was heard, but Bulls backup center Nazr Mohammed dismissed his case.

After the Bulls snapped the Heat’s 27-game winning streak Wednesday at the United Center, James expressed frustration over some hard fouls, deeming them borderline basketball plays.

Mohammed deemed it much ado about nothing, especially when compared to the NBA of 15 years ago.

“Yeah, honestly, I didn’t think it was that physical of a game,’’ Mohammed said. ‘‘I hate to say that, but it was a regular basketball game. It wasn’t any more physical than any other night. There are some nights that games are a little less physical, but it wasn’t playoff-level physical.

“[James] probably felt that he got hit hard a couple of times and took some shots, so, of course, that’s something he would want to discuss with you guys afterward. LeBron is a star of our league, so if he says something, it’s definitely going to get some attention. Not much more to say about that.’’

The two plays in question were Kirk Hinrich wrapping him up on a breakaway and bringing him to the floor and Taj Gibson giving James a friendly little horse collar when he drove the lane later in the game.

“Those are not basketball plays,’’ James said, ‘‘and it’s been happening all year, and I’ve been able to keep my cool. I try to tell [coach Erik Spoelstra], ‘Let’s not worry about it too much.’ ’’