Chris Andersen's uncalled for flagrant foul one on Tyler Hansbrough stood out as one of the sour points of last night's Heat/Pacers game five. In fact, it stood out so much that he's now suspended for game six; the league has upgraded the shove to a flagrant two. The NBA also revoked the technical Andersen got for getting chippy with Hansbrough right after the foul.
It definitely wasn't a good sign when commissioner David Stern told NBC Sports Radio earlier today that the shove deserved an ejection. Cheap shots doesn't fly with Stern, Birdman.
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