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Pierce and James Jones were tagged with double technical fouls after a hard foul by Jones that Pierce took umbrage to with 7:59 remaining. Pierce got in Jones' face as referees separated them.
Less than a minute later, Pierce and Dwyane Wade earned a double technical for a dust-up when Wade ran hard into a Pierce screen trying to free up teammate Ray Allen.
Referee Ed Malloy, who was in the middle of both calls, immediately tossed Pierce on the second infraction. The Heat led 86-74 at the time of Pierce's ejection.
ESPN, May 2, 2011
Yep, it's been one year since that event happened. I remember looking at that as one of the worst officiating decisions I've ever seen. It was as terrible a call as I've ever seen.
Then there was this incident with KG in a Malloy game:
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