Did Monta Ellis and Larry Sanders almost get into a fight after Game 3 of the Bucks/Heat playoff series last month? Well, that depends on who you ask. But, according to CBS Sports NBA insider Ken Berg, something did happen between the Milwaukee teammates after Sanders gave a speech following the game and implied that Ellis and Brandon Jennings were playing selfishly and looking forward to next season when both can become NBA free agents and sign elsewhere. Ellis was reportedly offended by the speech and approached Sanders about it and some type of altercation then took place between the teammates.
No punches were thrown and cooler heads eventually prevailed. But now Jennings' prediction that the Bucks would beat the Heat in the series sounds even sillier than it already did, doesn't it? Bucks players couldn't even get along with each other. How the hell were they going to beat the Heat?!
[via CBS Sports]