J.R. Smith left basket wide open because he was busy hugging an opponent

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In one of the more bizarre moments you’ll see in basketball, Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith took a moment to embrace opposing player Jason Terry on the sidelines in the first half of the Cavs-Bucks game on Tuesday.

The two have a history — Smith was suspended for a game after he elbowed Terry in the face in the 2013 playoffs — so it appears as if they’ve reconciled their differences.

But why was their hug so strange?

Because it happened in the middle of the game, leaving Smith’s man wide open and allowing the Bucks to score.

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