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by Larry LeoMay 13, 2019
© Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
Dallas Mavericks star Kristaps Porzingis was left a bloodied mess in his home country of Latvia this weekend after being attacked by fans. Per TMZ...
Eyewitnesses tell TMZ Sports ... the Euro NBA player was in his hometown of Liepaja over the weekend, where we're told he was celebrating some occasion through a number of clubs and pubs in the area.
Our sources say that a handful of Russians confronted Kristaps, supposedly upset with the fact that he'd switched teams down here in the States ... and an all-out tussle broke out. It would appear to have been pretty violent, 'cause Kristaps was bleeding from his head.
This video appears to capture the aftermath of the fight ... which almost wasn't over if Kristaps would have had his way. You can see him -- again, bleeding and with a torn shirt -- being held back by a woman at first, who he shoves aside.
Filed Under: NBA
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