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At the end of the Oklahoma State vs Texas Tech game Saturday night, Cowboy’s guard Marcus Smart fell into the crowd following a fast break. While in the crowd Smart shoved a Texas Tech fan. It's still unknown what the fan said to him, but he did receive a technical foul, but was not ejected. Check it out...

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5 Comments
It looks like he says "Better luck next time."
Reply30 months
It amazes me how grown men talk shite to college guys. He only did that crap because he knows security is around. It's sports, some people seem to forget that.
Reply30 months
Fans should not be that close to any sport without a barrier anyway. Also if you want to jaw and a player who is running on emotion and adrenaline you deserve whats happens to you.
Reply30 months
Of course Smart will say that the fan called him the N word. We've seen this crap before.
Reply30 months
tpos
Reply30 months
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