Found June 18, 2012 on The Other Paper:
PLAYERS: Jon BarryMagic Johnson
A spectator with good timing and bad handwriting jumped behind the postgame crew at AmericanAirlines Arena— after the Heat defeated the Thunder— and held up a handwritten "Jon Barry Sucks" sign with Barry sitting right there on live television.

While Magic Johnson was droning on about the 91-85 win, a young man held up the sign for a few seconds before security made him stop and leave the area.



It looks like Barry didn't see the sign but he would have probably had a hard time reading the chicken-scratch comment if he did.
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