A chaotic brawl results as Heat’s Caleb Martin shoves Raptors’ Christian Koloko into the stands.

On Saturday night, a fight broke out during the Miami Heat vs. Toronto Raptors game when Miami’s Caleb Martin shoved Toronto’s Christian Koloko into the bleachers behind one of the baskets.

Pascal Siakam of the Raptors made a corner three-pointer in the third quarter, drawing attention from several players who were vying for the rebound. Koloko caught the rebound but fell to the floor as Martin attempted to box her out, and the two became entangled.

However, Martin was obstructing him, which led to a heated argument and a tackle into the stands. Both teams’ players rushed over, resulting in a pileup that took some time to disperse.

When the action calmed down, the officials ejected Koloko and Martin and issued them technical fouls for their early exit from the showers.

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Martin told reporters after the game that “there were several plays leading up to it.” It was an amateurish game.
Koloko didn’t comprehend why he was kicked out of the circumstance.
He stated, “I just stood up for myself and I get kicked out.” That is what took place.

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Nick Nurse, the head coach of the Raptors, thinks the league will carefully examine what transpired in the incident.
He said, “Several folks who maybe shouldn’t have been there were in that stuff.”
The NBA will undoubtedly examine this scenario, and the players that were ejected may get sanctions.

The Raptors made things interesting by outscoring their opponent 33-21, but ultimately the Heat won the game. However, Miami prevailed 112-109 thanks to Jimmy Butler’s 24 points and Max Strus’ 20 points off the bench.

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Eight points, five rebounds, and two assists were Martin’s final game stats.

Against his previous Toronto squad, Kyle Lowry scored 17 points, had six assists, and pulled down two rebounds. Tyler Herro added 14 points, eight rebounds, and six assists.

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