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JR Smith Fined Over a Million Dollars For Missing Practices in China

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, February 21st, 2012
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You know what is coming……………………

They should make a movie about JR Smith’s time over in China, if I would have thought about it, I would have hopped on the BSO Jet and filmed it all myself.

I would have made a lot more than the $1 million JR lost in salary.

Our friend Mrs. NBA has all the details.

According to a report published by NetEase, Smith had US $1.06 million deducted from his salary over the course of the season for missing practices. Most of the missed practices came during pre-season while his team, Zhejiang Chouzhou, was getting ready for the start of the regular season. The sum was deducted from his salary, a final number that represented about one-third of his total salary.
My sources tell me beyond missing practices, JR Smith fake injuries and abused a lot of the perks that he was given.
Then there was Baby Precious…………….


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