With the Los Angeles Clippers trailing the Houston Rockets in the fourth quarter of Game 7, Chris Paul went to extreme lengths to make sure he was called for a foul on Dwight Howard.
The Clippers were down 104–98 with 1:26 left to play when DeAndre Jordan missed a free throw. Howard went to box Paul out and secure the rebound, and Paul responded by jumping on Howard's back to intentionally foul him and send him to the free-throw line.
It wasn't a true example of the Hack-A-Shaq strategy, since Howard was not away from the ball, but the Clippers still sent a poor free-throw shooter to the line.
- Dan Gartland