Our quest to find reasons to watch the NBA playoffs while the Sixers are bowling (ahem) continues.
Today, we put the spotlight on J.R. Smith, the New York Knicks' do-everything-when-he-feels-like-it shooting guard.
(Well, okay, he deserves credit for being the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year.)
Anyway, Smith delivered a command performance in the Knicks' Game 2 win over the Boston Celtics on Tuesday. One sequence late in the first quarter was especially noteworthy.
In the last 11 seconds of the quarter, Smith hit an off-balance jumper, then forced a turnover, then hit a buzzer-beating three. He then delivered one of the strangest celebrations we've seen in a while.
Check out the video below.