Monday, May 6, 2013

J.R. Smith offers 'Bandwagon Transferral' form to his Game 1 detractors

J.R. Smith's less than robust performance during the New York Knicks 102-95 loss to the Indiana Pacers, in Game 1 of their playoff series at Madison Square Garden Sunday, did little to quell rumors that the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year was out late partying at Manhattan's 40/40 Club Saturday night.

Photos and videos of the Knicks guard draining a bottle of some sort of libation — while enjoying the Mayweather fight the night before the opening game — were posted on the Internet fueling speculation about Smith's dedication to winning.

Smith was a dismal 4-of-15 and 2-of-6 from outside the arch in 34 minutes of play. After the Pacers had their way with him pretty much the whole game, Smith finally showed a little defense and went after who else — his detractors.

Smith denied he was "clubbing" on Twitter and the @team wish Instagram handle posted this "Official NBA Bandwagon Transferral Form" as a warning to all of his haters.

An entertaining series just got even better. Keep those tweets and Instagrams coming J.R. You might want to send some of those forms out to Brooklyn too.

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