As the NBA continues to mourn the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, the New York Knicks and Memphis Grizzlies found themselves involved in an ugly scene on Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. As time was set to expire Grizzlies forward Jae Crowder was aggressively shoved out of bounds by Knicks guard Elfrid Payton while attempted a three-point shot. This ignited a scuffle between the two teams. Clearly disgusted, the crowd began chanting "Sell the team" in unison. After the game Knicks forward Marcus Morris used a poor choice of words calling Crowder's actions "woman-like". SI's legal analyst Michael McCann breaks down the latest disappointing storylines involving the Knicks and what kind of action the NBA could potentially take.
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