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Iman Shumpert’s arms were flung out by his sides, an airplane flying down the court, as he mimicked Jason Terry’s signature move. He had just hit a 3-pointer to increase the Knicks’ lead to 20 points.
It was a moment of antagonism in a game that saw Shumpert outplay all of his teammates, leading them into the second round. And it was a moment that he had planned beforehand.
“Honestly I was watching film on the game they won in New York, and my brother pointed out to me when I was watching it that he sort of flew over me and disrespected me,” Shumpert said. “I kind of had it in the back of my head the whole game.”