JR Smith Allows Open Dunk Because He Was High-Fiving Jason Terry, Says He Didn’t Realize He Was In The Game

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| November 30th, 2016 | 1,920 Views

I’m not sure what’s more amusing: JR Smith allowing Tony Snell to get a wide-open dunk because he was busying saying what’s up to Jason Terry or Smith explaining the Shaqtin’ moment after the loss to the Bucks?

“I didn’t know I was in the game.” said Smith, while wearing a ski-mask after the game.

It’s been a rough past three games for Smith: he was 2 of 7 on this night, 0-11 in the previous game and 1 for 11 in the game before that. He’s also 3 of 24 from downtown in those games.


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