Birdman’s Cheap Shot Shows Who The Real Psycho Is, But It May Cost Miami In Game 6

Much of Game 5 was the epitome of struggle, as almost everyone on the court aside from LeBron James, Paul George and Udonis Haslem had an off night. When LeBron began attacking in the third quarter, he hot in the zone and lead the Heat to a 30-13 quarter. It was a knockout blow and paved the way for a 3-2 advantage in the series. 

Things will get tougher in Game 6 back in Indiana because the Heat may be without Birdman Anderson. He hit Tyler Hansbrough with a cheap shot which knocked him down then pushed him when after they bumped chests like he was jealous of Psycho T's nickname. He was fortunate not to get ejected, but may be hit with a subsequent punishment when the league reviews the tape. Birdman has been huge for the Heat during this series as his usual supporting cast of Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Ray Allen have all gone cold