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Detroit, Michigan / Basketball Brawl #771993

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 22, 2004
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Anthony Mason) The fallout from the brawl at the Detroit Pistons-Indiana Pacers basketball game featured; scenes shown of the melee in the stands; details given of the NBA’s suspension of players Ben Wallace, Jermaine O’Neal, Stephen Jackson & Ron Artest and of possible action against fans. [Indiana Pacers president Larry BIRD†, Pacers CEO Donnie WALSH†- speak to the fans.] [NBA commissioner David STERN†- comments on Artest’s anger problem.] [Witness Bill PAULSON†- describes Artest’s attack on his friend.] [Oakland County prosecutor David GORCYCA†- says everyone involved in this altercation will be held accountable.] [“New York Post” columnist Phil MUSHNICK†- comments.]

Rather, Dan;
Mason, Anthony

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