Ron Artest fights will continue enthralling people all around the world. Many videos and other clips are also widely available on the Internet in order to make sure that no one misses these antics. One of the best defenders in the National Basketball Association, Ronald William aka Ron Artest is well known more for his unpredictable and highly hysterical antics both on and off the court.
- The Fracas at Auburn Hills. In the match involving the Detroit Pistons and the Indiana Pacers, Ron Artest had the most interesting brawl in his life, where he seemed to be everywhere on the court– fouling Ben Wallace’s last minute basket, hitting back at fans and lashing out at the spectators. This led to a huge 86 game ban, which is by far the largest punishment in basketball history.
- The Attack on J.J.Barea. After visiting the locker room a few minutes before the team, Ron Artest got involved in a horrible assault with J.J.Barea, which cost him a suspension during which the Lakers team faced a mind numbing loss. Why doesn’t the man control his anger?
- Ron Artest Foul on Manu Ginobili. Ron Artest demonstrated his wild side when he elbowed opponent Manu Ginobili on the head and got suspended for several games. The crazy antics of Ron Artest cost him many such games in his career and led to a staggering $16,000 loss.
- Ron Artest Crazy Antics at the NBA 2010 Semi-Final. En route to the 2010 finals, the match between the Phoenix Suns and the Lakers witnessed a very funny brawl between Ron Artest and Kobe Bryant. Kobe decided to strike the winning basket but Ron Artest caught the rebound and caused a flurry.
- The Quarrel with Glenn Robinson. Ron Artest got involved in a high intensity quarrel with Glenn Robinson in the year 2001. It was a pity, as the talented defender lost $7,500 and faced a year imprisonment in prison.
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