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Saturday, January 4th, 2014 at 1:02 pm  |  20 responses

JR Smith Takes Questionable Late Three-Pointer (VIDEO)

Ouch.

With the game knotted at 100-100 with 22 seconds to go and a fresh shot clock, JR Smith pulled a Bargnani and hoisted a three instead of holding the ball for the final shot. After the game, Smith admitted that he thought New York was down two points.

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  • Krisjanis

    I’m starting to think that the Knicks are full of idiots.. Then again, if he’d hit shot, he would be the hero and no one would question his decision..

  • Saleem Rainman

    what an idiot.

  • dannyb

    Hey, there have been times when I’m playing pickup and I haven’t known the score so I’ve taken a 3 at the wrong time. Oh wait, when I play pickup I’m not paid millions of dollars and I don’t have a 300 pound scoreboard hanging from the ceiling.

  • http://www.rich-imaging.com/ Dutch Rich

    I didn’t watch the game, but apparently he did that coming out of a time-out. JR Smith Ladies and gentlemen. Paralyzed from the neck-up!

  • spit hot fiyah

    not as bad as bargs, but still very bad

  • VanCityBBall

    Wasn’t JR the first one to put his hands up in disbelief when Andrea pulled something similar to this in (I think) Milwaukee?

  • D

    That’s the problem they all want to be hero’s

  • danpowers

    i was really wondering if something is wrong with jr after he contributed so unselfishly to the win against the spurs. but hey, no need to concern – he is back to normal

  • guest

    what did bargs do again?

  • The Mauve Avenger

    It was an uncontested 3 with the game tied. It was a dumb choice ,but not an awful choice, If he drilled it no one would say a thing.

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    ☤☤☤☤ ☤☤☤☤୔☤ ☤☤☤☤ ☤☤☤☤☤Then again, if he’d hit shot, he would be the hero and no one would question his decision..

  • RedDragon10

    Knicks had the lead and only had to dribble out the shot clock or wait to get fouled. After taking a shot and getting the rebound, Bargnani had the ball and hoisted a random 3 that missed. Bucks got the ball and forced double overtime. Knicks still ended up with the W but had to play an uneeded extra 5 minutes

  • Cortez Mack

    Of course he did.

  • VanCityBBall

    It didn’t show on this clip, but the original play coming out of the time out was designed for what looked like should have been a Shumpert 3, but he passed the ball up to eventually Carmelo in the corner- and the clip showed the rest

  • guest

    ah missed that. thanks

  • Caboose

    JR’s whole career could be called “Questionable.”

  • Taylor Reese

    why the foul tho?

  • Ugh

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  • Max

    When you’re on fire sure, but you don’t shoot that when you’re 1 for 7 from 3 before that one..

  • melvo

    Even if he made it, I’d still question the shot selection. But we’d probably move on from the subject more quickly. It’s always smarter to go for the tie.

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