On Tuesday night, a brawl broke out between the members of Indiana Pacers and the Golden State Warriors at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The fight was first initiated by a shove from David Lee, which led to a retaliation from Roy Hibbert, who took all on coming attacks with ease, throwing one of Lee's teammates, Stephen Curry out of his way. The incident resulted in suspensions for Hibbert and Lee, while Curry, Thompson and Stephenson were fined $35,000 each for getting involved.
Seeing Stephen Curry tossed around like a human-sized stuff toy, Mike Tyson thought he would offer some advice for the Golden State point guard that will help him in future altercations with bigger dudes. As a smaller boxer that took taller guys in the ring for the majority of his career, Mike knows a thing or two about handling these situations. But I don't think the going full Tyson mode will help Curry. You see, that sandbag is no where near the height of the 7 foot 2 Roy Hibbert, Steph will never get close enough to try out your technique. And I am pretty sure, he would like to keep playing basketball, instead of throwing away a bright career by ripping a man's ears off. Just a hunch.