Best and Worst Beefs of the 2013 NBA Postseason

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Best and Worst Beefs of the 2013 NBA Postseason
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J.R. Smith and Jason Terry won't be exchanging Christmas cards anytime soon.

There is a natural amount of drama that comes with a set of teams fighting for their postseason lives every time that they step out onto the court. What we've witnessed so far in the 2013 NBA playoffs is a whole different matter entirely.

The games themselves have been entertaining, but the number of beefs we've seen play out on the court and over both traditional and social media is absolutely astonishing. Not only have we seen players get testy with other players, but even a couple of head coaches have gotten in on the action.

Every beef is different, however, and while some deserved the attention that they received (if not more), there were others that merited little more than a mention in the nightly highlights. 

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