Yes, I said it.
Not just because of the ridiculous and insulting dunk attempt, in which by the way, he failed to finish. Their whole attitude is not only an insult towards the Miami Heat, but towards this league. What have they accomplished? They are a mediocre team that never wins anything. One good game and they act like total assholes? Is this the message the NBA wants to send to fans out there watching games? Obviously not. Stern was in the crowd and I'm sure he was not pleased with what he saw.
Josh Smith is obviously a mediocre athlete who is only good for highlight reels (*corrected in comments below, not a mediocre athlete but a mediocre basketball player). This is his chance to become a leader, but he ruins it with childish and immature behavior. Not only that, but will that guy ever admit to commiting a foul? I know most NBA players act surprised when they're called for a foul, but guy is ridiculous. "What do you mean, ref? I just punched Dwyane Wade in the stomach. Is that a foul?"
Dwyane had a bad game and so did the Heat, but as it has happened before, they bounce back as they get angry. Let's hope they are angry and ready to play hard at home on Friday. We still have a chance at this and even though the Hawks are a hard team to beat, I don't think players with that kind of attitude are destined to be winners. I will give all the deserved credit to guys to Mike Woodson, Zaza Pachulia and Flip Murray. They are hard working competitive players. I hope they become a role model to others in their team.