VIDEO: Tyson Chandler's Frustration Boils Over With Technical Foul

It's been a rough 2012 NBA Playoffs for New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler. The 2012 NBA Defensive Player of the Year played through a really bad flu for the first two games against the Miami Heat, then was rendered ineffective in Game 3. Things haven't been much better for him in Game 4, as he just picked up his third personal foul and a technical foul on this play late in the second quarter.


Chandler thought he got fouled by Chris Bosh, then committed a silly foul reaching for the ball after Bosh got the rebound in the backcourt. After that, he compounded the problem by swiping for the ball even though it was Miami's possession. It almost looked like he picked up two technical fouls for the play, but the referees came together and only issued him one. That's despite Chandler saying something that rhymes with "ducking goal split" to them.

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It's been that kind of series for Chandler and the Knicks.

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