No additional punishment for JR Smith from Game 2 shove of Al Horford
Cleveland Plain Dealer | 6 days ago

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- JR Smith will not be suspended for shoving Al Horford in mid-air during the fourth quarter of the Cavaliers' 107-94 loss to the Boston Celtics in Game 2 on Tuesday.

Smith was assessed a flagrant-one foul for his shove, and then a technical for shoving and jawing with Marcus Smart. A league source confirmed that Smith would face no additional punishment.

Smart called Smith a "dirty" player, citing Smith's 2015 suspension for punching Jae Crowder in Game 4 of the Cavs' first-round sweep.

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