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J.R Smith Should Have Been Ejected

As the 4th quarter was winding down and the Celtics were winning comfortably, JR Smith shoved Al Horford in the back as he left his feet on a drive to the basket. This caused Marcus Smart to react and come to the defense of his teammate which started a bit of a scuffle.

Clay Travis thinks that this move by JR Smith was a cheap shot and has no place in the game. Doing that to someone can cause serious injury and would likely spark a fight on almost any basketball court in the country. In fact, Clay wouldn't be upset if Smith was suspended for Game 3.

Clay Travis on JR Smith