Juuuust in case you missed it…here it is. The worst moment of Jason Terry‘s career thus far. BOOM!!!
Wallace was defending a driving LeBron James in Miami during Saturday’s game when he went tumbling backward after James put his right hand on Wallace’s body while dribbling with his left.
Wallace had previously been warned for a flop against New York on Nov. 26.
The NBA defines flopping as ”any physical act that appears to have been intended to cause the referees to call a foul on another player.”
Players are warned for a first offense, with fines beginning at $5,000 for the second flop up to $30,000 for a fifth.
Seven players have been determined to have flopped after review by NBA officials. Evans is the only other player besides Wallace to be caught twice.
(via Yahoo! sports)
Though they struggled, played almost no D, and shot poorly the entire first half of the game…the Miami Heat have powered their way another step in the eastern conference semi-finals, with a 101-93 victory over the Pacers in game 4.
James and Wade led the Heat to an explosive 3rd quarter comeback scoring 14 points a piece–or should I just say scoring all but 2 of the team’s 30 points in the quarter. Ha!
Lebron proved again why he wears the King James crown as he left tonight’s game with 40 pts, 18 rebounds, and 9 assists…along with D. Wade’s 30pts (22 of those in the second half), 9 rebounds, and 6 assists. The Heat returns to M.I.A for game 5 on Tuesday.