A look at the Nov. 19, 2004, brawl in Auburn Hills, Mich.:

• Indiana’s Ron Artest fouls Detroit’s Ben Wallace as he goes in for a layup with 45.9 seconds left.

• Wallace wheels around and delivers a hard, two-handed shove to Artest’s chin, which leads to pushing and shoving with several players near midcourt.

• Artest rests on the scorer’s table with his hands behind his head, looking relaxed. Wallace tries to get at Artest, but is held back by his teammates and coaches.

• As players shout at each other, Wallace throws a wristband toward Artest, who stands up briefly before lying back down on the scorer’s table.

• A fan near midcourt hits Artest in the face with a cup filled with ice and a beverage.

• Artest storms into the stands and attacks a fan he thinks threw the cup.

• Indiana’s Stephen Jackson joins his teammate in the seats and starts throwing punches.

• David Harrison, Eddie Gill and Fred Jones of the Pacers, Detroit’s Rasheed Wallace and former Piston Rick Mahorn try to break up the fight between Pacers and fans, who land their share of punches.

• Back on the court near Indiana’s bench, Artest punches a fan wearing a Pistons jersey who walks toward him. Jermaine O’Neal lands a vicious right hand to a fan’s face.

• Pacers players and coaches leave the floor and are showered with beer, popcorn and other debris, and a folding chair is hurled toward them.

n Indiana’s Jamaal Tinsley tries to go back on the court, holding a dust pan over his head, but is turned back to the locker room.

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