Heat – Pacers Notes: Wade, Stephenson, Andersen

According to an anonymous source familiar with the situation, USA Today Sports' Jeff Zillgitt reports the NBA is reviewing Dwyane Wade's elbow to Lance Stephenson's face last night in game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.  

With 4:05 left in game 2, Wade turned the ball over to the Pacers. As he was sprinting back on defense, Wade jumped to avoid Stephenson and hit him in the head with his elbow. Stephenson remained in the game.

Zillgitt believes the hit by Wade appears "too nebulus to warrant a suspension," but the office of NBA vice president Stu Jackson is reviewing the specific play in question.  Some other notes from the Eastern Conference Final entrants:

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One thought on “Heat – Pacers Notes: Wade, Stephenson, Andersen

  1. Z....

    Are you freaking serious? Like the refs arent doing a good enough job of not calling it down the middle? Wade was clearly not trying to do that. It was an accident. If he is suspended for that, then everyone who fouls anyone by accident should be suspended. Give me a break. As for the idiot Pacers announcer, you are correct that the fans down here suck, and we probably dont deserve a team, but you shouldnt be the one to say it. How many people are gonna show up to the Pacers game tomorrow in Indiana? What, like 4 total. You guys had the worst attendance in the league and when people showed up, it was usually wearing the other team’s jersey. LOL Know your role and Shut your mouth


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