According to JR Smith, his Game 4 suspension for elbowing Jason Terry in the face cost the New York Knicks a chance to sweep the Boston Celtics (with JT fittingly playing the hero role). With a sure-to-testy Game 5 looming, Smith also hilariously pretended not to know that Terry exists. Per the Boston Globe: “Smith was asked about the Game 4 performance of Terry (18 points, including 9 in overtime). His response? ‘Who?’ Smith said. ‘I don’t even know who that is.’ It didn’t stop there. Asked another question about Terry, Smith kept up the charade. ‘Who?’ he said again. ‘Who is that?’ [...] Asked what would have happened had he been on the court for Game 4, Smith said, ‘Oh, yeah. It would have been over. I would have been playing golf today.’”