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Video: Rafer Alston Slaps Eddie House

Eddie House gave the Magic all sorts of fits in Game 2, including Rafer “Skip to my lou” Alston, who slapped House in the back of the head after the prolific three-point shooter nailed another shot. House turned around and a staredown ensued before referees separated the two.

Eddie described the incident after the game better than anyone else.

“All I did was hit a shot, turn the other way and I got hit upside the head,” House said. “I guess he was tired of getting hit upside the head.”

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4 comments for “Video: Rafer Alston Slaps Eddie House”

  1. Video: Rafer Alston Slaps Eddie House: Eddie House gave the Magic all sorts of fits in Game 2, including Rafer &..

    Posted by Sports of Boston | May 7, 2009, 7:50 am
  2. [...] Allen/Paul Pierce have flip-flopped twenty point games, Rafer Alston has disappeared for the Magic (outside of simply slapping House). He was a huge key in round one against Philadelphia, and his presence all year for Orlando helped [...]

    Posted by Keeping An Eye on the Magic/Celtics | WaitingForNextYear | May 7, 2009, 3:00 pm
  3. [...] Alston was supended for slapping Eddie House in the back of his head in the third quarter of Game 2, as shown earlier on Sports of Boston. [...]

    Posted by Rafer Alston Suspended One Game by NBA | Sports of Boston | May 7, 2009, 6:49 pm
  4. The best part of this was after the game. House called Alston’s swing “Bush League” haha.

    Posted by Chris | May 7, 2009, 9:39 pm

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