At the end of the half, J.R. Smith decided a 39-point h…

At the end of the half, J.R. Smith decided a 39-point halftime lead — one point shy of an NBA playoff record — wasn’t enough. Smith chased down an offensive rebound after a Kevin Love miss, and, facing away from the hoop, twirled in mid-air and threw in an absurd shot that was, frankly, a fitting end to the first half:

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