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Sport Reporter savages J.R. Smith for brain explosion

14:47  01 june  2018
14:47  01 june  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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ESPN reporter Stephen A. Smith has savaged Cavaliers guard J . R . Smith for his spectacular brain fade in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. “I don’t really know what words I can describe that are fit for FCC airwaves to explain the tragic decisions of J . R . Smith ,” Smith said.

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a man wearing a costume© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd ESPN reporter Stephen A. Smith has savaged Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith for his spectacular brain fade in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

With the scores tied at 107 apiece with 4.7 seconds left in the game, Smith grabbed a rebound but instead of shooting, bizarrely dribbled out the clock.

Following the game, the veteran reporter did not mince his words when talking about the Cavs shooting guard.

“I don’t really know what words I can describe that are fit for FCC airwaves to explain the tragic decisions of J.R. Smith,” Smith said.

“That is as inexcusable of a mistake as you can possibly make.”

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“LeBron James is looking at him like he has to be the most idiotic person on planet Earth.”

"It is one of the most brain-dead, idiotic things that I have ever witnessed in covering basketball."

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"There's still confusion about whether J . R . thought the game was tied or if he thought you guys were ahead," the reporter said. Warriors beat Cavs despite 51 from James. Next. Reporter savages J . R . Smith for spectacular Game 1 brain explosion .

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Smith’s blunder allowed the Warriors to regain their composure and ultimately run out 124-114 winners following the overtime period.

Despite Smith’s blunder, he was offered some sympathy by his teammates following the game.

“He could have gone up and made a play but mistakes happen,” said Cleveland’s All-Star forward Kevin Love.

Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue also tried to explain what may have gone through Smith’s head as the play developed.

“It was tough. He could have had a little floater but somebody was there,” Lue said.

“Then he thinks about calling a timeout but LeBron was open for a second so it just happened too fast.”

Smith and the Cavaliers will attempt to bounce back and tie the series in Game 2 on Monday 11am AEST.Stephen A. Smith wearing a suit and tie: ESPN reporter Stephen A Smith has savaged Cavs guard J.R. Smith for his brain fade in Game 1 of the NBA Finals© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd ESPN reporter Stephen A Smith has savaged Cavs guard J.R. Smith for his brain fade in Game 1 of the NBA Finals

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