"Our sources say that a handful of Russians confronted Kristaps", TMZ wrote, "supposedly upset with the fact that he'd switched teams down here in the States ... and an all-out tussle broke out".
The Mavericks are reportedly investigating an altercation involving All-Star forward Kristaps Porzingis in Europe this past weekend, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania. "We will provide an update when one is available", the team said in a statement.
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The New York Post quotes a "Latvian source" as claiming that Porzingis and his friends were leaving the bar when they encountered several Russian men wanting to be let inside.
But the player has had some other problems in the last few months.
Porzingis, who missed all of this past National Basketball Association season with a knee injury, was drafted by the New York Knicks with the 4th overall pick in the 2015 draft.
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It is not known who shot the original 32-second video of Porzingis outside of a bar.
Porzingis tore his ACL in 2018, just hours before the alleged incident took place, and did not take the court at all in the 2018-19 season. In March, a woman accused the National Basketball Association star of raping her in his apartment hours after suffering his knee injury. He will enter restricted free agency this summer, but the Mavericks hope to sign him to a five-year maximum contract.
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