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LeBron James found himself on the wrong end of two spotlights last night in the Bulls/Heat game. The more memorable of them is easily Nate Robinson's block. The other one was the Nazr Mohammed shove that put James right on his back. That's badass for some, but in reality, Mohammed really just lost control in a crucial time. He knows this too, which is probably why he apologized today.

He also had some choice words to respond to the hate tweets he got after the incident.

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