Sad news for Miami Heat fans: Flo Rida will no longer be attending the games because his manager, Freezy, was banned by Spurs' coach Gregg Popovich. In an interview on the Hochman and Zaslow Show (104.3 the Ticket), Freezy was contacted by the NBA and asked not to attend Tuesday night's game. "They already said they're going to have me arrested and all that nonsense," he said, later adding, "They won't even let me in the building, it doesn't matter where I sit ... "

When asked if that affected Flo Rida's attendance at the games, he answered: "We ride together."

Freezy got kicked out of the game during the Heat-Pacers series, but was back in his seats a few minutes later.

"I'm like that's messed up, I'm not leaving the game," he said. "This is Heat nation."

This time, however, there will be no quick return.

"They were just saying we had too much energy and the head coach complained about it," he said. "And I'm like, complained about what? Me enjoying the game? You want me to sit with my legs crossed?"

At the 1:34 mark of the video below, a man sitting behind Indiana's bench gets slapped, and that incident led to Freezy's ejection.

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(h/t The Big Lead)