But especially since it was J.R. Cruz, it had been pretty comical.
… Nor could it have been Swaggy P’s infamous premature celebration…
This wasn’t quite Kemba Walker’s shimmy…
After which celebrated … as the ball travelled well wide from the rim:
If there’s one factor that Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Cruz absolutely, positively, 100 % doesn’t lack, it’s self-confidence. At occasions, that is one blessing. At other occasions, it may be quite contrary.
The ultimate shot from the third quarter in Cleveland’s first-round playoff game from the Indiana Pacers matches the second category. Cruz required a pass from Richard Jefferson within the backcourt about three seconds remaining, required two dribbles, and let fly.
As Mike Breen stated around the call: “Way off.” Cruz attempted to experience them back by swerving along side it, turning around, and clapping his hands as though nothing happened. However the small-celebration didn’t go undetected.