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Lindsey Hunter had a tremendous reaction to Michael Beasley airballing a jumper on Friday night. The Suns coach stared down his player with a classic “shaking my head” (SMH) expression. He then moved his gaze down to his bench where he appeared to be looking for others to corroborate what he had just seen.
Beasley was subbed out about a minute later. He was 2-for-8 for six points in 15 minutes of Phoenix’s 113-88 loss to the Boston Celtics. Per Suns reporter Paul Coro, Beasley complained after the game about a bruised elbow affecting his shot. X-rays were negative.
To be fair, Hunter’s reaction to the airball is the same expression Suns fans have had all season.
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Phoenix Suns head coach Lindsey Hunter was seen giving forward Michael Beasley the death stare after Beasley shot an air ball from 19 feet out early in the fourth quarter of Friday night's 113-88 loss to the Celtics. H/T Cosby. Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
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We've posted some pretty classic coach reactions over the years but this one featuring Phoenix Suns head coach Lindsay Hunter is hilarious.During the Suns double-digit loss to the Boston Celtics on Friday night, Suns forward Michael Beasley took a fall-away jumper that didn't come near the rim.As Michael jogged to get back on defense, Fox Sports Arizona cameras showed Hunter...
Lindsey Hunter, the interim head coach of the Phoenix Suns, gave forward Michael Beasley the death stare after Beasley tossed up an air ball against the Celtics.
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