By now everyone has heard about the confrontation between Boston's Kevin Garnett and New York's Carmelo Anthony outside the Celtics' bus after the Knicks' 102-96 loss Monday night.
But now, thanks to TMZ, we can all see and hear the actual incident for ourselves.
Sort of. Well, if we squint our eyes, tilt our heads sideways and press our faces up against our computer screens, we kind of see what's happening in a fuzzy, jerky video posted Wednesday on the website.
As for the audio, well, there's a lot of angry shouting going on. The most distinct word I can make out is "legit" shouted a couple of times (maybe one of the blurry figures was MC Hammer?). There are several words bleeped out -- TMZ writes that a slur was used several times.
Both Garnett and Anthony received technical fouls during the game for their physical play and jawing back and forth. Later Anthony was seen shouting outside of the Celtics' locker room before waiting for Garnett by the Boston team bus.
Anthony has said he wasn't looking to fight but simply wanted to talk.
Well, after watching the video, we know that he got that chance to talk (if that's what you want to call it) to Garnett. Other than that, not too sure what else was going on. Take a look and let us know what else you can pick up from the clip.
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