NBA Tweets from Last Night: Twitter Reacts to Wild Fouls Around the League

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NBA Tweets from Last Night: Twitter Reacts to Wild Fouls Around the League
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A night of classic finishes and memorable game-winners was overshadowed by some controversial cheap shots. What's worse is that they came from high-profile individuals, including Dwight Howard, Dwyane Wade and J.R. Smith.

Although, not everyone agreed on the level of "dirty" for each play. That's why they invented Twitter.

Dwight seems to think he's the victim here:

Kobe Bryant agreeing with the call felt like a direct shot at Dwight. Usually, teammates have each others' backs on plays like this.

I believe "mush job" is defined as a palm to the face. If so, this is an accurate description:

Marlon Wayans sounds like a Laker fan...

Before hitting a baller game-winner against the Suns, Smith nearly ruined Goran Dragic's season with a shady nudge as he was exploding up at the rim.

When the Knicks had Charles Oakley, Patrick Ewing, John Starks and Anthony Mason, this might have considered a routine play.

Doubtful sounds promising after hearing the diagnosis:

Not many words for what Dwyane Wade did. "This is bad" does the job.

"Cup check one-two, cup check one-two."

This isn't the only reason fans don't like Miami, but it won't help them change their minds.

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