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J.R. Smith used social media today, and it wasn’t to threaten the life of another basketball player or to alert the world that he had sex with a woman with a big butt. Instead of broadcasting his own stupidity to the world, Smith broadcast the stupidity of somebody else.
J.R. Smith Gave A Surprisingly Mature And Candid Interview About Sucking During The Pacers-Knicks Series (VIDEO)
Sixth Man of the Year and long-time headache J.R. Smith hasn’t played well since he elbowed Jason Terry in the mouth and got suspended for one game. Last night, in a postgame interview, Smith took responsibility for his actions — or lack thereof. Video after the jump.
Did J.R. Smith go clubbing on Tuesday night, hours before the Knicks were to try and close out the Celtics in Game 5 of their playoff series?
J.R. Smith’s juiced for the playoffs, and he’s expressing it through the classical art of Slam-Dunkery. Truly magnificent. The pipe master is laying it this afternoon off the bench, as the Knicks and Celtics engage in a cat-and-mouse, back-and-fourth type contest. We’ll keep you updated if he tweets or texts something raunchy.
Mike Woodson has been in the fashion news before – there was that time he wore a t-shirt with his own derp face on it, because Mike Wodson is ever frozen in a derp face. But today J.R. Smith passed along this photo, and so we ask, what? White polka dots? Why? At least the shirt’s quite slimming.
Pat Mayo (@ThePME) & Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) chat about J.R. Smith’s thought process during his game-losing miss against the Thunder. Plus, the guys break down the Knicks’ chances in the East, and whether the Heat should just be given a bye to the finals.
Overall, the Knicks had a good night last night. They dominated the Pistons early and cruised to a 99-85 win from there, their fifth straight victory. J.R. Smith, though, didn’t have a banner night… for a couple different reasons.