The Miami Heat won game 6 yesterday (117 - 92) and has thus made it to their fourth consecutive NBA finals. They will face the winner of the Oklahoma City Thunder-San Antonio Spurs series.
Back in game 5 there was a particular nonverbal scenario that most have never seen in the setting of professional sports. Lance Stevenson blew in LeBron's ear. This is distracting to be sure - yet not for the reason many may first think. NBA players are often close enough where they breathe on each other - yet this specific act is considerably different. Blowing in a person's ear is an intimate act (an overt sign of "false intimacy").
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In this image, James' is displaying a moderate level of disgust (0:43)
A moment later LeBron's emotions shift to that of contempt (on James' left side - at 0:46)