Yesterday in the NBA mid-season championship, during the Warriors’ game against the Timberwolves, Jayden McDaniels and Klay violently pulled each other and caused a conflict in just 1 minute and 43 seconds of the opening. Gobert He tried to break up the fight but was choked by Dream Chasing. Then the referee watched the replay and maliciously ejected Chasing Dream at the second level. Clay and McDaniels were also ejected 1T!
It is common for players to be expelled in the explosive NBA arena, but it is true that players were expelled less than 2 minutes into the game. Very rare.
However, even if Dream Chaser, Klay, and Jayden were ejected in the first 1 minute and 43 seconds, they are still not the fastest in the NBA. Among the players who were expelled, some were expelled 1 minute and 25 seconds after the start of the game, which was nearly 20 seconds “faster” than these three players. Let Lao Zhen come and show everyone together.
12. Stephen Jackson was ejected 4 minutes and 29 seconds into the game on November 27, 2010
11. Larry Hughes was ejected 4 minutes and 18 seconds into the game on November 12, 2007
10. Garnett was ejected 4 minutes and 7 seconds into the game on January 12, 2015
Jamal Nelson was ejected 4 minutes and 7 seconds into the game on February 1, 2017By
9. Whiteside was ejected at 2 minutes and 54 seconds into the game on November 24, 2021
8. Cousins was ejected 2 minutes and 53 seconds into the game on January 4, 2021
7. Gobert was expelled at 2 minutes and 47 seconds into the game on December 6, 2018
6. Haslem was expelled 2 minutes and 40 seconds into the game on May 13, 2021
5 , Bledsoe was expelled 2 minutes and 36 seconds into the game on April 4, 2019
4. Greg Ostertag was ejected 2 minutes into the game on December 8, 2002
3. Klay, Dream Chaser, Jaden McDaniels Expelled at 1 minute and 43 seconds into the game on November 15, 2023
2. Thomas Jr. opened 1 minute and 28 seconds on January 3, 2020 Deported
1. Rasheed Wallace was ejected 1 minute and 25 seconds into the game on December 2, 2012
Rashid Wallace, born on September 17, 1974 in Philadelphia, USA, nicknamed “Roaring God”. In 1995 He was selected by the Washington Bullets (now the Wizards) with the fourth overall pick in the first round. He played for the Washington Bullets, Trail Blazers, Hawks, Pistons, Celtics and Knicks throughout his career. In 2004, he won the NBA championship with the Pistons. , selected to the NBA All-Star team 4 times.
According to statistics, Roaring God has played a total of 1,109 games in his career, averaging 14.4 points and 6.7 rebounds per game. He has received a total of 317 technical fouls in his career, the most in NBA history. In addition, he has been ejected 29 times in his career. The most in history!