And those too young to remember the "Malice at the Pala…

And those too young to remember the “Malice at the Palace” can get a prime look inside one of the wildest — and most violent — endings to an NBA game in league history. A Nextflix docuseries in one of its episodes will feature the Nov. 19, 2004, brawl inside the Palace at Auburn Hills. The “Untold” trailer shows a lot of Ron Artest, former Pacers star now known as Metta Sandiford-Artest who first entered the stands that night, saying how he wants the full story out “frame by frame.” It also features an animated Stephen Jackson who proclaims “I’m never talking about this sh– again.”

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Ten people (five players, four fans and Ben Wallace's brother, David) were charged and pleaded guilty to varying assault or battery charges. Some blamed the players for the melee, some blamed the fans and the guy who threw the drink apologized in 2006 for the whole thing (and was the only person to serve jail time related to the incident). For more, you'll have to check out Netflix on Aug. 10.
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