Russell Westbrook prevented LeBron James from getting a fast break dunk in tonight’s Heat – Thunder game. The call on the floor was a flagrant-1, and the Heat coaching staff did a great job of keeping the bench from emptying onto the floor to get in Westbrook’s face. It will be interesting to see if the league office takes any action since Westbrook couldn’t have been further from making a play on the ball and the play was fairly dangerous. Also, a potential Heat – Thunder NBA Finals match up just got a little more intense.
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Yet another former UFC champion has been suspended for PEDs.
The Giants put him on the DL.