New York Knicks forward Rasheed Wallace was ejected for a very lame reason on Sunday against the Phoenix Suns.

Rasheed Wallace was tossed after only playing for 85 seconds against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday.  Wallace objected to being whistled for a technical foul when he clobbered Suns forward Luis Scola.  After Goran Dragic missed the free throw, Wallace was ejected for yelling, “Ball don’t lie.”

Seriously, officials?  Grow some thicker skin.  Wallace has yelled this phrase for years and never picked up technical fouls every single time.  This was a totally lame call.  Despite the pansy call and getting outscored in the 4th quarter 27-17, the New York Knicks were able to beat the Suns 106-99.  The Knicks are now 12-4 on the season and a perfect 7-0 at home.

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