Saturday, May 11, 2013

LeBron James flopped in Game 3 of Heat vs Bulls

Like game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals series between the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat game 3 didn't lack of as Lebron said "not basketball plays."

Tensions went high again when at 9:29 in the second quarter, as LeBron James drives the ball Nazr Mohammed come from behind him and hugged him for an intentional foul. James, twisted and shoved Nazr to the ground that earned him a technical from Referee Joey Crawford. LeBron then immediately began to complain to the referee. Nazr jumped to his feet and hit back with a light shove to the chest that shockingly thrown a 6' 8" 249.1 lbs LeBron James five feet away. It was ridiculously funny. And the referees decided to eject Nazr after a review of the play. Seriously? how does the NBA employ a referee?

On a separate play, Joakim Noah shoved Chris (porn) Andersen when Andersen fell on top of Nate Robinson who drived to the hoop and received a hard fould from Andersen. Check out the clips!

Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau on post game said "From my angle I just saw a guy basically flopped, and I'm gonna leave it at that. We're well aware of what's going on. I'm watching how things are going. I watch very closely. What I'm seeing is… We'll adjust accordingly." Thibodeau noticed inconsistent officiating in the Bulls' conference semifinal matchup with the Heat and that he saw LeBron flopped.

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