Found March 05, 2013 on Holdout Sports:
Minnesota Timberwolves guard J.J. Barea was ejected from Monday night's game against the Miami Heat after being called for a flagrant-2 against Miami Heat guard Ray Allen in the fourth quarter. It happened in the fourth quarter as Barea was guarding Allen while he had the ball. Allen first gave a hard bump to Barea, which wasn't called, then drove to the basket, where Barea gave Allen a hard bump with a little push to go along with it. Allen lost his balance and fell to the ground, then started to go after Barea before Dwyane Wade and other teammates stepped in. The foul on Barea was initially called a flagrant-1, then changed to a flagrant-2 after a review. Barea did not like the call, and neither did Timberwolves coach Rick Adelman, who received a technical foul as he expressed his displeasure with the officials. Miami then went on a run to close out a 97-81 win. We can understand the frustration on the part of the Timberwolves, considering Serge Ibaka only received a flagrant-1 for his karate chop to Blake Griffin's groin Sunday night. Talk about inconsistency in NBA officiating. On the way off the court, Barea called Allen some particularly nasty names. We can't repeat them here, but if you can read lips, check out the GIF below: DISCLAIMER: Holdout Sports does not condone Barea's foul language. GIF via @CJZero. Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES

Timberwolves need Budingers 3-point prowess

MINNEAPOLIS Chase Budinger is a living, breathing and now shooting representation of what the Minnesota Timberwolves are missing. To watch him rehab can be encouraging, depending on your perspective, or utter torture. The swingman tore his meniscus Nov. 10 in Chicago, so early in the season that when he hobbled off the court, supported by head athletic trainer Gregg Farnam and...

Wolves Monday: Pekovic, Kirilenko still hurting

MINNEAPOLIS As expected, neither Nikola Pekovic nor Andrei Kirilenko will play on Monday against Miami. Pekovic suffered an abdominal strain in the first quarter of Thursday's game in Los Angeles, Kirilenko a calf strain two nights before in Phoenix. Pekovic underwent an MRI, which coach Rick Adelman said did not reveal anything further. Both he and Kirilenko will be monitored...

Flip Saunders Could Replace David Kahn as Timberwolves GM

In a season where their promising point guard Ricky Rubio missed a significant chunk of the season while rehabilitating a knee injury, their all-star power forward Kevin Love had two separate stints on the inactive list, the gamble on Brandon Roy’s ability to stay healthy failed to pay off and the draft lottery looming, Minnesota Timberwolves’ owner Glen Taylor may be reaching...

Wolves put an end to Heats Harlem Shake

MINNEAPOLIS When you're the Timberwolves, and the Heat are in town, and you have as many wins as they had the day after Christmas, there's a certain brand of inferiority complex that's bound to creep up. It's manifested itself before, most unfortunately in a man dressed up as a Knicks fan who stood on the court and caterwauled in a grating New York accent on Feb...

Report: Wolves Could Replace Kahn With Saunders

David Kahn's tenure as general manager of the Timberwolves could be nearing an end

Timberwolves make a Harlem Shake spin-off to rip on the Heat (Video)

The viral sensation that is the Harlem Shake appears to still be going strong, despite the fact that many people like us have grown tired of it. Apparently the Minnesota Timberwolves have also had enough. On Tuesday, the T-Wolves posted their own version of the Harlem Shake on their official YouTube account. As you can see, it featured a person in a LeBron James jersey wearing a...

Harlem Shake reaches its zenith with the Minnesota Timberwolves

Playing through pain can make things worse

Tape holds up the two snapshots, much like those that dot the locker of a high school sophomore. Except this locker has no front, and it's full of basketball gear that hasn't been touched in months. This is Brandon Roy's cubby, at the far end of the Timberwolves' locker room, and those are picture of his two children, Brandon Jr., 5, and Mariah, 4. They're the...

Minnesota Timberwolves Slam Heat’s Harlem Shake

Know I’m late to this, but it’s my favorite sports video of the week. The set-up. This whole Harlem Shake epidemic is the latest mindless thing to blow up the Interwebs. You can’t escape it. It’s like Call Me Maybe all over again. Ganam-style to its most gag-tastic. My sincere hope is that it’s running its course. Unfortunately, it didn’t escape the Miami Heat, who released...

Minnesota Timberwolves Harlem Shake video bashes Heat (Video)

While most of you are probably sick of these Harlem Shake videos that we've posted, this is one is a change-up.Check out the Minnesota Timberwolves version that was shown at the Target Center during their game with the Miami Heat back on Monday:

Heat Fan responds to Timberwolves making fun of Heat’s Harlem Shake

The Minnesota Timberwolves created a hysterical video making fun of the Miami Heat’s Harlem Shake video, but unfortunately for them, a Heat fan came back and went at them hard.  After the Timberwolves said that the Harlem Shake videos were getting old, the Heat fan took it to another level and said that being in the draft lottery was getting old fast.  Nothing like going right...

Enough of the Harlem Shake already

We're glad to report that the Minnesota Timberwolves are as sick of this whole thing as you are.
Timberwolves News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.