Found May 17, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
The Miami Heat began falling apart in the third quarter of Game 3 against the Pacers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals on Thursday, and Lance Stephenson was sure to let them know. The Pacers benchwarmer gave a choking gesture after LeBron James missed a technical foul free throw late in the third quarter.
James missed nearly every field goal he attempted in the second half after starting off the first half well. Dwyane Wade missed most of his shots at the time of the gesture, and Shane Battier had missed all his field goal attempts.
I’m not sure if you call this a choke, but it was another poor effort from the Heat.
Chest bump to Eye on Basketball
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