Ramon Sessions played a pretty nice game Wednesday against Miami, scoring 19 points on 7-12 shooting. But his team lost and he got kicked in the groin. Tough night.
As Dwyane Wade crossed halfcourt in the fourth quarter or Miami's 105-92 win over Charlotte, Sessions reached out to foul Wade. By stopping his momentum, Wade's leg extended right between Sessions legs and rung his bell, if you know what I mean.
Sessions crumpled to the floor for a moment, then jumped up clearly taking exception to Wade's move. The announcer, a Bobcats one, seemed to think the move was "clearly" intentional, though Wade was trying to make it known it was an accident.
"I thought he did it on purpose, and it wasn't called," Sessions said after the game, via the Charlotte Observer.
Wade was not assessed any kind of foul -- flagrant or common -- by the officials for the play.
I find it highly unlikely that Wade would kick Sessions in the groin right there in front of everyone for really no reason at all. Still, the league will probably take a look and could hit Wade with a fine or suspension if the play was deemed intentional.