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Flo Rida's Manager Got Tossed From the Heat Game For Screaming at Pacers Players

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David Beckham was there. So was Justin Bieber, who dressed like a leather daddy to celebrate the return of Arrested Development. But of all the famous faces who peppered the crowd at last night's Game Seven against Indiana, it was Flo Rida, his gigantic Jesus piece, and his manager who stole the show.

Flo's manager was ejected toward the end of the game for getting into a screaming match with Pacers reserve Jeff Pendergraph.

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The scuffle broke out with just over two minutes left in a game the Heat had already wrapped up by blowing up the Pacers. Pendergraph flipped out after setting an illegal screen on Norris Cole and shoved him out of bounds. Cole stared down Pendergraph and that's when Flo Rida's manager decided it was time to regulate:

In the end, Cole, Pendergraph and Flo Rida's unnamed manager all got the boot. The Heat got the Eastern Conference trophy. And as Bieber presumably went off to audition for the Blue Man Group to complete his destiny, all was right with the world.

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