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By Alli Tanner • News • 22 Jun 2015

Top 10 worst fights and cheap shots in NBA history

(CBS/AP) In the 2006
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The 1997 Miami New York playoff series was filled with angst, which all boiled over in Game 5 after Brown and Ward were jostling for rebounding position during a Heat free throw attempt. Brown flipped the Knicks’ guard over into a row of courtside photographers, sparking a melee
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Earlier this season, in a game between the New Orleans Hornets and Los Angeles Clippers, Griffin, one of the game’s most spectacular dunkers, caught a pass near the top of the 3 point line and was sprinting toward the rim with 4:06 left in the fourth quarter. He never got airborne. Smith lowered his shoulder into Griffin, sending the Clippers’ star sprawling. Griffin remained down for about 30 seconds, then was clearly groggy when he got to his feet. Smith walked through a courtside seating area to avoid three Clippers who confronted him moments after the hit, then raised his arm to acknowledge cheers from the
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During Game 4 of the 1984 NBA finals, the Los Angeles Lakers’ Kurt Rambis had a chance for a fast break layup, with Boston’s Gerald Henderson a step or two in front of him
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Metta World Peace the former Ron Artest found himself in yet another controversy on Sunday, a moment that started amid celebration. He had just dunked for the Lakers over Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka and was pounding his chest with his right arm. With James Harden directly next to him, World Peace raised his left elbow over Harden’s shoulder and cleanly hit the Thunder guard in the back of the skull. Harden remained down for about a minute before going to the locker room and did not return to the game. Said World Peace: "I got real emotional and excited." He called his actions "unfortunate" and "unintentional."

The most infamous brawl in NBA history started when Indiana’s Ron Artest years before changing his name to Metta World Peace fouled Detroit’s Ben Wallace late in a Nov. 19, 2004 game. Wallace shoved back, other players got involved and Artest wound up lying on the scorer’s table. He even put on a pair of headphones at one point, while others on the court continued a battle of mostly words for over a minute. Then a fan threw a beverage on Artest, prompting him and teammate Stephen Jackson to head into the stands. "Someone started trouble," Artest said years later, "but I ended it."

With a fight already going on at midcourt of a 1977 game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Houston, the Rockets’ Rudy
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cheap oakleys he got one of the worst shots in sports history a right hand from the Lakers’ Kermit Washington, forever known around the NBA as "The Punch." Tomjanovich was unconscious and bleeding, eventually needing multiple operations to repair facial fractures. He also suffered a concussion and other serious injuries. Tomjanovich returned the next season, though was never the same player again.Articles Connexes:

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