Found December 22, 2012 on Bush League Chronicle:
PLAYERS: Spike Lee
Spike Lee clearly didn't agree with a call made by official Zach Zarba during the fourth quarter of the Knicks' 110-106 loss to the Bulls on Friday. He showed it by burning a figurative hole through the soul of Zarba and concluded with a subtle head shake.Priceless.Via Cosby Sweaters.
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