January 8, 2014 BY Brendan Dunne / 17
J.R. Smith is in trouble for some innovative defense he’s been playing as of late. The Knicks player was today hit with a $50,000 fine for his two separate incidences of untying an opponent’s shoe lace-one of them performed on Dallas Mavericks forward Shawn Marion and the other on Greg Monroe of the Detroit Pistons. For the record Marion had on the Nike Hyperfuse 2013 while Monroe was wearing the Nike Hyperdunk 2013-no word yet on Smith’s plans should he run into an opponent with a zip up sneaker like the Air Jordan 28. Continue reading to watch the videos and remember you can catch Smith’s sneakers on the regular via our NBA Feet column.
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The shoelace bandit! The money that's fined should go to charity. Maybe I need to research that, but I think it does.
@kicks67 He did it twice tries to untie Greg Monroe's Shoe
@Stillmatic__ Anything for the W!!