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Who was involved in the Pacers Pistons brawl?

Who was involved in the Pacers Pistons brawl?

With the Pacers leading 97–82 with 45.9 seconds left in that game on Nov. 19, 2004, Pistons center Ben Wallace attempted a layup but was fouled from behind by Artest, who was actually urged to do so by another Indiana player, Jamaal Tinsley. Wallace shoved back, other players got involved, and chaos ensued.

Where was the Malice at the Palace?

The Palace of Auburn Hills
Pacers–Pistons brawl/Location

Why did Malice at the Palace start?

As Miller explains in the docuseries, the brawl began when Sandiford-Artest fouled Wallace on the court at the end of the fourth quarter and the two players got into an argument. But Miller says their squabble was nothing too out of the ordinary until Sandiford-Artest made one odd move.

When did the Malice at the Palace?

November 19, 2004
Pacers–Pistons brawl/Start dates
Netflix released a documentary on the “Malice At The Palace” between the NBA’s Detroit Pistons and Indiana Pacers in 2004. On November 19, 2004, the biggest fight in NBA history, and maybe all of professional sports history took place in Detroit, Michigan, at The Palace of Auburn Hills.

How much is Reggie Miller?

Reggie Miller Net Worth: Reggie Miller is an American retired professional basketball player who has a net worth of $80 million….Reggie Miller Net Worth.

Net Worth: $80 Million
Height: 6 ft 6 in (2 m)
Profession: Basketball player, Commentator, Actor
Nationality: United States of America

Who is Reggie Miller’s wife?

Marita Stavroum. 1992–2001
Reggie Miller/Wife

Did Ron Artest get sued for fight?

DETROIT — Two civil lawsuits against Ron Artest stemming from the November 2004 brawl at the Palace of Auburn Hills have been dismissed. U.S. District Court Judge Anna Diggs Taylor on Monday dismissed the civil lawsuits against the former Indiana Pacer star.

How tall was Reggie Miller?

2.01 m
Reggie Miller/Height

What age did Reggie Miller retire?

Miller, 52, played his entire Hall of Fame NBA career for the Indiana Pacers, and when he retired in 2005 he was the all-time leader in three-pointers (since Miller’s retirement Ray Allen jumped ahead of him on that list). But all of that aside, Reggie Miller has become a total badass in retirement.

When did the Pistons and Pacers brawl happen?

The Pacers–Pistons brawl (colloquially known as the Malice at the Palace) was an altercation that occurred in a National Basketball Association (NBA) game between the Indiana Pacers and the Detroit Pistons on November 19, 2004, at The Palace of Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

What did the fans throw at the Pacers?

After several minutes of players fighting with fans in the stands, a chair, beer, ice, and popcorn were thrown at the Pacers as they made their way to the locker room. “I felt like I was fighting for my life out there,” Pacers coach Rick Carlisle said.

What’s the current record of the Indiana Pacers?

Indiana (7-2) has the best record in the East and the Pistons fell to 4-4. The Pacers’ next game is Saturday night at home against Orlando. Detroit plays host to Charlotte on Sunday. Notes: Musical artist Kid Rock and Chris Chelios of the Red Wings sat next to each other at courtside.

Who are the players involved in the Pistons brawl?

After the game, the NBA suspended nine players for a total of 146 games, leading to the players losing $11 million in salary. Five players were charged with assault, and eventually sentenced to a year of probation and community service. Five fans also faced assault charges and were banned from attending Pistons home games for life.