Saturday Morning Suicides: Heat outsmart Bulls in 104-94 Game 2 victory; Tony Parker revives Spurs against Warriors in 102-92 winPosted in Blogroll on May 11th, 2013 by Ron Glover
Chicago’s Nazr Mohammed used all six of his fouls on this retaliatory shove to LeBron James.
The Chicago Bulls had a series split in Miami and were heading home with home court advantage and maybe even the support of the officials heading into Game 2. All of the above went out the window when Joakim Noah received a technical foul for an unprovoked shove and Nazr Mohommed was ejected for shoving LeBron James to the floor minutes later. As the Bulls became emotionally unglued the Miami Heat maintained their cool and defeated the Bulls 104-94.
I guess Tony Parker needed to remind us there was another guard in this series who actually has some championship hardware. T-Pain scored 32 points and handed out 5 assists in the Spurs 102-92 Game 3 victory. The Warriors tandem of Steph Curry and Klay Thompson shot a combined 12 for 37.