side," Hinrich said. "I pushed him, so I guess they looked at it and
gave him a flagrant and gave me a technical. I just shoved him."
said Rondo didn't punch him, but it will be another busy day at the
league office sorting out this incident. No suspensions are expected,
largely because both players stopped their aggression after the initial
collision and took no escalating action.
basketball and you're going to have run-ins like that and it happens,"
Hinrich said. "… I kind of shoved him and then I don’t know who
stepped between us. I'd have to look at it. It kind of happened real
fast. I don’t think he threw a punch at me. It’s one of those things
where you get caught up in the moment and you try to catch yourself and
bring yourself back down."
Hinrich should focus on making layups with the game on the line rather than his box-outs.
And check out this "observation" from Kevin Allen of the Chicago Sun Times:
an egregious display of unsportsmanlike conduct than Dwight Howard's
errant elbow the other night — the same one that sentenced him to
watching his team and live blogging about it
instead of playing. Rondo was charged with a flagrant foul and Hinrich
was charged with a technical, but neither were ejected from the game.
Yes – he actually thinks Rondo's push is worse than Dwight Howard's elbow to Samuel Dalembert's face. The Sun Times should be embarrassed that they hired this moron.