When a man is murdered. Initially they suspect his landlord who's trying to get the man to move out of his rent controlled apartment. They eventually learn that the man is a basketball fanatic who's suing the star player of a rival team. And that he is constantly heckling the man. Eventually they match his fingerprint to what was found at the crime scene. But when his attorney has it suppressed cause h is fingerprint was not suppose to be in the system. That's when McCoy and Borgia find another to get him. That's when he asserts that the man was harassing the player. Written by
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In addition to the infamous "Malice at the Palace" Pacers-Pistons Brawl in 2004, the episode also references another real-life NBA incident for one of its plot points. Inwood's former coach testifies that he choked him during a practice in front of his teammates, and did so to the extent that he passed out. In 1997, Warriors All-Star Latrell Sprewell attacked head coach P.J. Carlesimo in a very similar fashion, not once but twice; the altercation made national headlines and the resulting uproar ultimately led to the team voiding the remainder of Sprewell's contract. See more
References Queer Eye