On Sunday night, Fox Sports was conducting a live postgame recap of the Phoenix Suns' 102-90 win over the Los Angeles Lakers when the camera caught a Lakers fan and a Suns fan start to fight on live television.
Fans of both teams were gathered in the back of the podium as the commentators were discussing the game when the camera Lakers fan starts being obnoxious and sticking his Kobe Bryant jersey in the face of a Suns fan. The Suns fan swatted the jersey out of the way, but a few seconds later, the Lakers jersey was back in his face. After it happens again a few more times, the Suns fan tries to grab the jersey out of the hand of the Lakers fan. The Lakers fan elbows the Suns fan in the face, then the Suns fan punches the Lakers fan.
Chaos almost broke loose, but fortunately people acted fast to separate the fans and prevent the fight from becoming a full-blown brawl. The Lakers fan did not return, but the Suns fan was allowed to stay.
Kobe Bryant was in a playful mood after Wednesday night's 96-91 victory over the Mavericks.
Standing in the visiting locker room at American Airlines Center, the Los Angeles Lakers superstar, who was held to 15 points on 4-of-15 shooting, was asked about a comment he made regarding his fadeaway jumper being "sexier" than the one belonging to Dirk Nowitzki.
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Kobe Bryant has lashed out at Los Angeles Lakers management for leaving teammate Pau Gasol wondering whether he's about to be traded.
In a postgame monologue punctuated by a couple of profanities, Bryant says the Lakers either need to trade Gasol or come out and say it won't happen.
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