Poor Jeff Van Gundy. He had a 430-318 record as a coach and he's an entertaining color commentator. But whenever someone wants to bring down the younger Van Gundy brother a couple of notches, all they have to do is show the video of the brawl that took place during the 1998 Eastern Conference First Round. Yeah, the fight that took place that night was between Miami's Alonzo Mourning and New York's Larry Johnson, but the real star of the whole fracas was Jeff tapping into his innermost primal instincts by latching onto Mourning's leg like a koala or monkey. Still, his older brother may still hold the crown for the most awkward player-coach moment.