Found February 25, 2013 on
Doesn’t it seem like Tyler Hansbrough just attracts these kinds of hits?
Hansbrough was on the receiving end of a cheap shot the other night in Detroit, where the Pacers had hung a 20-point lead on the Pistons. He scampered up to the 3-point line and a set a pick, throwing Detroit point guard Will Bynum off his path. Bynum, perturbed to have to work his way around Hansbrough, gave him the usual off-the-pick shove — then punched him right in the gut.
The eagle-eyed referees caught it and tossed Bynum out of the game, and the NBA has now announced that Bynum will be suspended a game for the blow.
Given the amount of random hits Hansbrough takes, however, maybe someone should take a look into what makes this guy attract such cheap shots.
Check out the original incident in the video below.
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This incident made the Palace of Auburn Hills look like an amateur boxing ring. And no––I'm not referring to the notorious Pacers-Pistons "Malice in the Palice" brawl of 2004 starring Ron Artest.This time around, it was only Pistons point guard Will Bynum throwing the punches, as he took an untimely swing at Pacers forward Tyler Hansbrough with under 9 minutes...
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Will Bynum will serve his suspension on Monday when the Pistons host the Atlanta Hawks.
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Midway through the fourth quarter of the Warriors-Pacers game in Indy Tuesday, both sides got into an ugly scrap that spilled into the first row of the stands. It started when Roy Hibbert and David Lee got into a shoving match. The melee escalated as the two were attempted to be separated and Hibbert continued to toss dudes aside (mainly Stephen Curry…twice!) like rag dolls.
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Worse still, the team's offense looked...
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