People of a certain age will remember this question: "Who shot J.R.?"
Not knowing that answer plagued America following a cliffhanger finish to a season of the television show "Dallas."
On Friday morning, a new question is being asked: "Did J.R. know the score?"
A day after the Warriors' 124-114 overtime win against the Cavaliers in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, much of focus was on Cleveland's J.R. Smith.
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The score was tied late in regulation when the Cavaliers' George Hill missed a free throw. Smith grabbed the rebound and inexplicably dribbled away from the basket. Cleveland wasn't able to get a good final shot and the game went to overtime. The Warriors took over and won the game.
Here's the play:
After the game, Cavs star LeBron James did not appear happy about the repeated questions about what Smith knew at the end of regulation.
So James walked out: