Originally posted on Backyard Sports Blog  |  Last updated 11/28/12
The Boston Celtics met the Brooklyn Nets earlier tonight at the TD Garden arena, and things got wild.  Kris Humphies "punched" if you will, Kevin Garnett in the face while he was going up for a shot.  Celtics guard Rajon Rondo didn't like what he saw and went after Kris.  The fight went into the crowd, but nothing really seemed to happen after that.  Not nearly as bad as Ron Artest beating up a fan back in the day.  Watch the video below. The one problem I have with Rondo here is the fact that Kevin Garnett is usually a hot head, and he didn't even seem too mad when he hit the ground.  Like I would think Garnett would pop right back up and go after Kris himself if he was actually mad, but no, he went to break up the fight in the crowd.  Doesn't seem like something you would see from him if he thought it was on purpose.  He clearly knew it was an accident.  But hey I didn't watch the game so someone let me in on what happened leading up to the fight. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
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