The NBA will not discipline Cleveland's JR Smith because of his foul on Boston's Al Horford in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, a league source ESPN Adrian Wojnarowski said Wednesday.
Smith pushed an already-hoofed Horford in the back 3:37 in the fourth quarter of Celtics 107-94 victory on Tuesday night, resulting in a flagrant foul 1 at Smith after a review by the officials. 
Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said after Game 2 that the Celtics are "driving the game up". Some Boston players loathed the comment and said they only played hard.
In the Eastern Conference finals, the Celtics 2-0 have proved the strength of a riser. In the meantime, LeBron James seems once again to be in the morass of organizational exhaustion.
After the game, Smith said it was "a good call" and he "blatantly" urged Horford
"It was not that I had tried him or something to make sure he did not understand it, it was a good, tough foul, "Smith said. "I can understand why they gave me a flagrante strike."
After the nudge, Boston's Marcus Smart stepped into Smith's face, resulting in Smith pushing away the Celtics guard and causing technical fouls on both players.
Cavalier coach Tyronn Lue accused the Celtics of "encouraging" them, and the Celtics agreed with this assessment.
"Gooning? That's a good word," said Morris. Whatever it takes, every player, 1 to 15, whatever it takes, we do, you name it the way you want to call it, we're just. " try to get the win. "