So, OK, the Miami Heat won the NBA title. Bravo, and all that. LeBron James and the rest of them really are good players.
That said, if you watched the playoffs this year, you might have felt as though an awful lot of calls seemed to go the Heat’s way, from the crazy no-call when Rajon Rondo got hit in the face to the truly bizarre flagrant foul called on Oklahoma City’s Derek Fisher in tonight’s final game. Of course, the losing team’s fans always love to blame the refs.
But I’ve never seen anything like this: it appears that, after Heat player Mike Miller hits a 3-point shot in tonight’s game, one of the referees high-fives Heat coach Erik Spoelstra as he’s running up the floor.
That is just weird.