Feb 26 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert (55) knocks down Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) during the game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

NBA Brawl Erupts Between Golden State Warriors And Indiana Pacers

It’s been a while since we’ve seen a good ole’ fashioned melee in the NBA.

Late in the fourth quarter of the Indiana Pacers 108-97 home victory over the Golden State Warriors last night, a skirmish broke out between Warriors All-Star forward David Lee and Pacers center Roy Hibbert.

It began with Hibbert taking offense to a late push by Lee, which then led to both players shoving each other back and forth.

More players got involved, including a surging Stephen Curry, who made an attempt to separate the 7’2, 280 pound Hibbert from his teammates.

Roy then proceeded to toss Stephen to the ground in a violent manner. The brawl eventually made its way to the fans courtside, before being broken up by officials.

Here’s a look at the events that transpired, in its entirety.

Hibbert was assessed two technical fouls, which equals an automatic ejection. Technical fouls were also handed out to Lee, Curry, David West and Klay Thompson.


Based on his heavy involvement and ejection, I would think that some sort of suspension is in order for Roy Hibbert. One to two games seems fair, considering he was the instigator of it all.

Since no one else was ejected from the game, I doubt any other Pacers or Warriors players will see any heavy punishments from the league.

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