J.R. Smith Crossed Up Brandon Knight So Bad That Our Ankles Hurt

The Phoenix Suns didn’t have much to cheer about in their 89-79 loss last night to at the hands of an anxious Cavalier’s team that’s dropped three of their last five. While LeBron is set to break the Cavaliers all-time assist record set by Mark Price, J.R. Smith was busy breaking both ankles of Suns’ guard Brandon Knight with just a disrespectful behind the back dribble. Knight not only fell, but I’m pretty sure he’s still sliding across the baseline.


P.S. If Kevin Love missed the three after that move, Smith would have demanded a trade.

Via Uproxx

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