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LeBron James and Nzar Mohammed go at it in the 2nd quarter of last night’s 104-94 Heat victory in Chicago. More violence from the NBA Playoffs installment of Friday Night Smackdown after the jump, including Noah vs Birdman and Nate Rob swatting LeBron.
What you’ll see after the jump happened last night following a Copa Libertadores match in Brazil, won by Brazilian club Atletico MG 5-2 over Arsenal de Sarandi of Argentina. Apparently, Arsenal de Sarandi did not take the loss very well… and followed it by making several poor decisions.
During the Golden State Warriors’ victory over the Los Angeles Lakers last night, Dwight Howard and David Lee got into a bit of a tiff. There was an elbow and a Dwight Howard bloody lip and three (!) stitches, and then post-game huffing and vows of mild mannered revenge. Friendship is only a matter of time. But what if, someday, they actually fought?
Three Coaches Were Ejected From Last Night’s Cal-Stanford Game For Trying To Break Up A Fight, Because That Makes Total Sense
Sometimes the NCAA’s rules create loopholes – or at least the appearance of loopholes – that are fun to contemplate. Other times? Well, other times, you get what happened between Stanford and Cal last night.
The Pacers beat the Warriors 108-97 last night. Good win for a streaking team (the Pacers have won five in a row and are now 36-21 on the season), right? Well, yeah, but no one – besides Pacers fans, presumably – really cares that much about that aspect of the game this morning. Why? Because this happened midway through the fourth quarter.
Not sure if this will strike fear in Knick opponents, but news just broke that Kenyon Martin will be joining Rasheed Wallace and Tyson Chandler to make a badass trifecta. But just how badass are they? We break down the numbers as League officials are poop their pants. Their best, angriest moments caught on camera after the jump…
While waiting for takeaway (to-go, in these United States) food outside of a club, 26-year-old Newcastle defender Danny Simpson, reportedly drunk and agitated, argued with a man in his 40s or 50s. Earlier in the night, he had been at the Circle Club with former Manchester United youth teammates Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck before stepping outside for some drunk munchies. But the argument eventually escalated from words to shoves to a thrown punch, Simpson landing a blow to the man’s face and knocking him to the ground. But then Simpson was attacked by two bouncers, leaving him like this.
Yesterday we told you about Kevin Garnett and Carmelo Anthony’s little tiff below Madison Square Garden. Their on-court jawing, possibly-but-not-probably about Honey Nut Cheerios, spilled into the postgame as ‘Melo waited by the Celtics bus to
punch apologize to Kevin Garnett, or something.
The footage you see above is from The Hispanic Games, one of the largest high school track meets in the country. The Games took place over the weekend in New York and featured athletes from over 300 schools. And interestingly, the event also featured a fight breaking out. If you’re like me, the idea that a fight would ever take place at a track meet is news to you… but runners get tangled up. Emotions are running high. Shouldn’t this stuff happen all the time? [The Big Lead]