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Video: Humphries' hard foul on Garnett sends fight into stands

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In game between the Celtics and Nets in Boston Wednesday night, Kris Humphries knocked Kevin Garnett to the ground with a hard foul. Celtics guard Rajon Rondo responded by shoving Humphries into the fans seated behind the basket.

Although Rondo instigated the fight, both he and Humphries were ejected.

This fight in the stands is nothing compared to the brawl that unfolded between thePacers and Pistons in 2004. 

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