J.R. Smith hit two incredible shots last night to tie and win last night’s Knicks game against the Phoenix Suns. He did it after he intentionally ran underneath Goran Dragic in the second quarter and received a flagrant foul. On the same night that Dwight Howard was thrown out of the Lakers’ loss to the Nuggets for a hard foul, hopefully the Knicks hero isn’t forgotten about for this much more dangerous play. Perhaps if Smith had salsa danced underneath Dragic people would be talking about it.
Here is a look at the best and worst decisions by players entering or exiting the 2016 NBA Draft pool.
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