The Celtics beat the Cavaliers in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals, but the big moment of the fourth quarter came from Clevaland's JR Smith.
The Celtics beat the Cavaliers 107–94 in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals, but the big moment of the fourth quarter came from Clevaland's J.R. Smith.
Smith pushed Al Horford while he was up in the air as he was going for a dunk. Marcus Smart was not happy about the move from Smith and came over to confront him.
On Wednesday, the NBA announced the league will not discipline Smith for the foul on Horford.
Smith got a flagrant one. He and Smart also got techinals for thier confrontation.
After the game Smart pointed the finger at Smith.
Celtics' Marcus Smart points finger at Cavaliers' J.R. Smith after hard foul on Al Horford: "That's a dirty shot. You can't allow that to keep happening. That's not the first time J.R. has done some dirty stuff. He's known for it." pic.twitter.com/Sio1f7Ew31— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) May 16, 2018
Smith had a horrible game, recording zero points while going 0–for–7.
The Celtics and Cavaliers face off again in Game 3 on Saturday.