Published: Tue, January 21, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Cavs’ Tristan Thompson ejected after ‘butt slap’ on Jae Crowder

Cavs’ Tristan Thompson ejected after ‘butt slap’ on Jae Crowder

"So, now we have got a historical past, and it change into as soon as upright a chunk aggressive spirit", he outlined.

Thompson also said that he would "1,000%" attempt to appeal the decision on Saturday.

"We got a tech for being former teammates", Thompson said. Quickly, Tristan Thompson's action was considered a technical foul, his second of the game and was subsequently thrown out. The ex of Khloe Kardashian was instantly assessed as a second technical foul earlier than being thrown out of the sport, which ended their 113-109 loss to the Grizzlies.

Thompson appeared to clear the air saying after the game that it was just a natural reaction between two former teammates.

In a less amusing situation, an arrest warrant for Cleveland Browns' wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was issued Thursday after he was seen slapping the backside of a security guard in the LSU Tigers locker room following the national championship game days earlier. They might have took it the unsuitable method, nearly certainly because of this of they could have forgot that we have now been teammates for half a 12 months. "I suppose you possibly can't discuss to your former teammates no extra". That occurred shortly after a play in which Crowder knocked Thompson to the court on a call that went against the Cavs' big man.

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"A lot of barking".

The Memphis Grizzlies kept the NBA's longest winning streak alive with a fourth-quarter burst and defensive stops in the final seconds.

"I'll leave it at that", he said, according to Fox Sports Grizzlies. While the Cavaliers almost rallied all the way back late, Memphis held on to grab the four-point win. Larry Nance Jr. finished with 16 points, as the Cavaliers lost their third straight and eighth in their last 10. The win marked the seventh in a row for Memphis.

During the Cleveland Cavaliers and Memphis Grizzlies game on Friday, the basketball player, 28, was ejected in the third quarter after he slapped Grizzlies player Jae Crowder on the backside.

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