Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

JR Smith called for flagrant foul after dirty play

JR Smith called for flagrant foul after dirty play

JR Smith was called for a flagrant foul during the fourth quarter of Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Tuesday after committing a dirty play. Instead, Smith prevented the jam from happening by shoving Horford into the crowd, which led to Smart coming over and trying to start things with Cleveland's veteran guard.

Late in the fourth quarter, Smart tossed up a lob to Horford, who looked like he was going to have an easy dunk.

Horford's teammate Marcus Smart immediately ran over to stand up for his teammate and got into it with Smith.

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Smith was assessed a flagrant 1 foul, resulting in Horford making both free throws.

Here's the entire play, including the extra curricular activity.

One of Al Horford's sisters had a message for Smith, too. There's no room in basketball for this crap. They now trail in the series, 2-0.

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