Cup of Joe. Did Marcus Smart deserve to be ejected?
Smart was ejected late last night. Did he deserve it
Noooooooope. Next question.
The ejection was foolish, a fitting end to a fourth quarter that featured several curious decisions by the officiating crew. This was a borderline no-call; With Smart extending his elbow out in an attempt to create separation, and unfortunately connecting with either Elfrid Payton's neck or head. As Brian Scalabrine rightly pointed out, it's the kind of thing you see James Harden do about three times a game. Certainly not a malicious act with the intention to injure.
While it ultimately, just like the few other questionable calls, didn't affect the outcome of the game, it was no doubt a very frustrating moment for Smart and the Celtics.
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Vintage WTHHT: What the Hell Happened To... Jerome Moiso authored by TB727
He was supposedly a sure-thing, the real deal, an athletic power forward who would give the Celtics an inside presence to team with Antoine Walker and Paul Pierce. At least that was according to the Evil Emperor and the Buffoon. He turned out to be a complete bust, a waste of a roster spot, and out of the NBA after 5 seasons and 145 games played. His career ended with a 2.7 career ppg. I understand the 2000 draft was weak, but this pick was still horrendous. You probably remember Jerome Moiso.