JR Smith continue to tear it up in China. He scored 60 points today while bombing away from long-range in a Playoff game. Per ZagsBlog: “J.R. Smith dropped 60 points in a Chinese League playoff game Wednesday. Here’s the box score showing that the former Denver Nuggets and St. Benedict’s Prep guard went 14-for-18 from beyond the arc and also added eight rebounds — off the bench — in the Zhejiang Cyclones’ 122-110 win over Qingdao Double Star. Former Nets and UConn big man Josh Boone added 18 points in the win. Smith is one of several Americans playing in China who can’t join the NBA until their team’s seasons end.’ […] His father, Earl, told SNY.tv, that his son is ‘just concentrating on what he’s gotta get done.’ Earl seemed to dismiss the Knicks, who only have the $2.5 million mini-level available, as an option. ‘So $2.5 million, come on,’ he said.”
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