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Boston Celtics fans were chanting "Honey Nut Cheerios" for New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony during the first quarter of Friday night's Game 6 at the TD Garden.
The chant was in reference to a comment that Kevin Garnett allegedly made to Carmelo about his wife during a game at Madison Square Garden back in January.
Carmelo led the Knicks with 21 points and also grabbed 7 rebounds to help them defeat the Celtics 88-80 and win the playoff series 4 games to 2.
H/T Sports Grid.
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During Game Six of the 2013 Eastern Conference NBA playoff game between the Celtics and Knicks, the fans at Boston’s TD Garden began taunting Carmelo Anthony with a chant of “Honey Nut Cheerios”. This chant is, of course, in reference to comments Kevin Garnett “allegedly” made about Carmelo’s wife, LaLa Vazquez. Good ol’ Boston, keeping it classy. Article found on...
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Love it LaLa. Let him know he’s nothin’ but a bench warmer.
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Le Batard really loves Miami. Which makes this weird.
Dan Le Batard didn't vote for LeBron James for NBA MVP: deadsp.in/mRNt1SL
— Deadspin (@Deadspin) May 6, 2013
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