Miami Heat vs. Dallas Mavericks Game 6 fight in 2nd quarter (Video)

By on Jun 13, 2011 in Basketball, Sports, United States Comments

The Miami Heat vs Dallas Mavericks Game 6 for the 2011 NBA Finals on Sunday, June 12, 2011 had a fight during the second quarter, as shown in the video below.


Miami Heat, Dallas Mavericks fight during
2011 NBA Finals Game 6

Image Credit: nbavideosnow/YouTube

As noted in international sports news sites, there had a fight on the second quarter during the Miami-Dallas 2011 NBA Finals Game 6, held at the American Airlines Arena on Sunday night.

The fight started after Miami Heat’s Eddie House made a three-point shot and time-out was called, as Dallas Mavericks’ DeShawn Stevenson apparently pushed Miami Heat’s Udonis Halem.

Dallas’ center Tyson Chandler tried to put away Halem but Heat’s guard Mario Chalmers came in and have seemed to push Stevenson, and the two had a heated argument.

Eventually, some players from both teams rushed to the scene and the referees and officials followed to control the situation, as Chalmers who was seemed to have lost his temper was quickly moved away.

Later, Haslem, Chalmers and Stevenson were called for technical fouls due to the fight while Chandler was excused as he only seem to come in between.

In the end, Dallas Mavericks won Game 6 (105-95) and eventually declared as the 2011 NBA Finals champion, their first NBA title ever.


Miami Heat vs. Dallas Mavericks Game 6 fight
Image Credit: nbavideosnow/YouTube/ABC



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