Things got pretty physical during the Cavaliers-Celtics playoffs game on Sunday.
Kevin Love left the game with a dislocated shoulder and his teammate, J.R. Smith, also unloaded a brutal swing of the arm on Boston's Jae Crowder in the third quarter.
Ouch. (Source: Vine)
"I didn't try to do anything to hurt him or anybody else," he said. "It's not the way I play the game."
If you're feeling some deja vu, that's because Smith was ejected for a similar move two years ago against the Celtics when he was still playing for the Knicks. He was suspended for one playoff game as a result.
Even without Smith, the Cavs went on to beat the Celtics on Sunday, 101-93, and secured a first-round sweep.
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