Finishing with 13 points, eight rebounds, two steals and two blocks, Marcus Smart had a solid game in Boston‘s 111-97 Game 2 loss to the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday. Smart did however, not shoot well from three-point range, going just 1-of-4 from behind the arc. And on top of that, Smart may have had a run in with a fan during the game.
In the fourth quarter of Game 2, it looked like Smart gave the middle finger to someone in the crowd and then told them to be quiet:
Right now it is unclear exactly what occurred between Smart and the fan, but players that negatively interact with fans usually earn a sizable fine, so one could possibly be coming the Celtic guard’s way. If Smart does get fined, that will add yet another level of frustration and drama for the Celtics, who as the top seed are down 0-2 in their first-round series against the last-seeded Bulls.