The Sixers banned the fan who provoked Carmelo Anthony | NBA


Next night, the 76ers welcome the Kings and Mike Murphy will not be in the bays of the Wells Fargo Center. This fan, although holder of a subscription for the year, has just been banned by the franchise for an indefinite period after his altercation with Carmelo Anthony this week.

This spectator in the front row, who was accused of having used the term “boy” (which may have a racist connotation) towards the veteran, had been expelled during the meeting between his favorite team and the Lakers. The winger had found his behavior unacceptable ». According to ESPN, the person concerned was already known to have repeatedly violated the code of conduct for Sixers supporters.

« They did what they had to do. I don’t think I need to discuss this situation any further now. We all know what happened, what was said “, reacted Carmelo Anthony this night, after the defeat of his family on the floor of the Hornets.

For his part, the fan, banned from 76ers matches as well as future events at the Wells Fargo Center, wanted to give his version of the facts to the micro du programme Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team.

« On (Philadelphia) was crushing them during the game. I tell him: ‘You are a little boy. Let him shoot. Let him shoot.’ He looked at me. He was smiling. He went to the other end of the field, he came back. And I say again: ‘Let him shoot. It’s a little boy’. And he lost his temper as if by magic. »

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