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Sasha Vujacic Loses Temper in Game 4

Allow me to set the scene. Ray Allen absolutely crosses Sasha Vujacic up near the end of the amazing Celtics comeback in Game 4. Back on the Lakers bench, presumably the Lakers water boy comes to Vujacic. Here’s what he did…

Don’t remember it? Well here’s the video.

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2 comments for “Sasha Vujacic Loses Temper in Game 4”

  1. haahhaahahhaahh too classic. And it makes you wonder why one of the announcers said earlier in the series “he’s a guy opposing fans love to hate but I don’t see why”.

    Not only is he hot tempered and a crybaby (he said basically ‘the reason i let Ray go by me was because they were calling fouls every time i touched him!’ btw, he was only called for THREE fouls during the game), not only that but he’s TERRIBLE AT DEFENSE. I coulda played better D than him on that final Allen drive. In that situation there’s no way you let him by you for an easy bucket. terrible, just terrible

    Posted by Jeff | June 14, 2008, 6:06 pm
  2. yea the Lakers don’t really have anyone off the bench that can play defense. Vujacic certainly cannot play D, and he looked pathetic against Ray Ray

    Posted by KC | June 14, 2008, 10:23 pm

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