NBA changes fouls from Heat-Celtics
MIAMI -- After reviewing game film on Monday, the NBA changed the ruling on two high-profile physical plays that Heat forward James Jones was involved in during the second half of Miami's 99-90 Game 1 victory over the Boston Celtics on Sunday.
The NBA changed a Jermaine O'Neal foul on Jones in the third quarter from a flagrant foul to a standard personal foul.
As a result of O'Neal's flagrant, Jones made two free throws and the Heat got an extra possession, during which Mike ...
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