Kristaps Porzingis bloodied in fight with Knicks fans in Latvia

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The Knicks traded Porzingis to Dallas in January.

Video of the aftermath of the incident went viral, showing Porzingis with a bloody gash on his head and a torn shirt.

The Mavericks acknowledged the incident and were ascertaining the details about why the fight broke out, but the initial understanding was that Porzingis was "jumped and assaulted" outside a club in Liepaja.

The 23-year-old is also reportedly the subject of an NYPD investigation after a woman told police Porzingis raped her in his hotel room in February 2018.

In the video, Porzingis reportedly said, "I'll send your ass back to Russian Federation". We'll update you when they do.

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The short clip shows Porzingis pushing a woman away as he screams at a person who is still to be known.

Obviously, this is a bad look for the 7-foot-3 "Unicorn", who has not played in an National Basketball Association game since February 2018 when he torn his ACL.

Dallas Mavericks player Kristaps Porzingis was left with a bloodied face after a row with Russian-speaking fans of his former team descended into a fistfight in his Latvian home town, according to reports.

Multiple sources do not believe the motivation of the assault stemmed from his being traded from the Knicks, as a TMZ report stated. An attorney for Porzingis acknowledges that a woman has accused the National Basketball Association star of rape, but "unequivocally" denies the allegation. Porzingis has "unequivocally" denied the allegations.

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