Mar 27, 2012, 10:51 AM EST
Hansbrough and Dunleavy, who were teammates for two seasons, were later given technicals when they were talking about the play during a free throw attempt.
When asked if he’s heard from Dunleavy, Hansbrough, said, “No, I don’t need an apology.”
Hansbrough is going to play through it but will be rocking the mask for a while.
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