Shane Battier kneed Roy Hibbert in the balls. If you get past that little piece of trivia and watch the play, that probably should have been a foul on Hibbert. Instead, it was an offensive foul on Battier and the referees reviewed to see if it should be called a flagrant. Personally, I think they were reviewing it to figure out how in the world Shane Battier got so high off the floor in 2013. [via SI.com]
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