Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Marcus Smart irked by Cavs 'bully' JR Smith's flagrant foul

Marcus Smart irked by Cavs 'bully' JR Smith's flagrant foul

With his Cleveland Cavaliers visibly frustrated late in Tuesday night's Eastern Conference Finals series against the Boston Celtics, the always enigmatic J.R. Smith might have committed the dirtiest foul of the playoffs. "You can't allow that to keep happening".

In the conference semifinals, the 32-year-old revived himself and looked like a secondary star by contributing at least 15 points in three of the Cavaliers' wins in their four-game sweep against the top-seeded Raptors, including shooting a torrid 10-of-13 from three.

"That's not the first time JR has done some dirty stuff, especially playing against us", Smart added.

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"It was a good call", Smith said of the Flagrant 1. Smith missed his final 3-pointer with Marcus Smart pestering him closely, and his shove as Horford jumped under the rim came immediately after that. Not only is he arguably the world's most avid celebrity golfer, he might love the game we love more than anyone on this planet. In the wake of the push, Smith was almost attacked by the Celtics' Marcus Smart, leading to technical fouls being assessed to both players. "We moved on to the next play and we locked in after that".

If the Cavaliers' are looking for a scapegoat after burying themselves against the Celtics, they have an easy option in J.R. Smith. When it was all over the Celtics were calling him "dirty". You keep letting a bully keep picking on you, he's going to pick on you until you finally stand up. Smith pushed Horford in the back with two hands as the big man was jumping towards the basket. "One of my guys was down and I took offence to it". "I just wanted to make sure he didn't get it". It was a good, hard foul. Smart had one of his best games as a Celtic in the process.

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