Kenyon Martin’s Top Fights & Flagrant Fouls

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| December 30th, 2016 | 11,301 Views

In honor of Kenyon Martin aka The Oak Cliff Bully’s birthday today, I’m going to show some of the most amusing moments of him punishing NBA defenders. And when I say punish, I’m not talking about punishment via one of his countless vicious poster dunks or blocks in the 5th row, I’m talking about him slapping, punching and choking opposing players who didn’t realize who they were messing with.

If the YouTube video was still up, I would be sharing a hilarious “Highly Questionable” video of Chauncey Billups talking about the time he “saved JR Smith’s life” when a pissed-off Martin was looking to “put some hands” on a person behind a prank. Instead, I’ll start this off with some quotes from Martin when he was accused by Tim Thomas of being “fugazi.”

“It’s hilarious. I feel privileged he’s spending time thinking about me. The question to me is how I’m not a tough guy. You take a poll around the league, I’m pretty sure if you ask people who they want on their team, they’re not going to say Tim Thomas. My teammates have never questioned how hard I play and in Milwaukee they questioned him. People know what they’re going to get out of me every time I step on the floor, I’m not like Pandora’s Box. Like if you open it up you don’t know what you’re going to get, that’s him. Like somebody said, he’s a career underachiever. He ain’t done nothing in his career. I’ve been to the Finals twice. We came up a little short, but I’ve won games. Everywhere he’s gone, he’s been questioned. I mean he should be worrying about his home fans more than he should be worrying about me. I haven’t gotten booed yet, either. They booed him when he first got to New York. So he should be worried about his home fans first before worrying about Kenyon. He’s talking about calling Don King, Lock me and him in a room together and see who’s going to come out.”

With that said, let’s take a look at him giving Corey Maggette an uppercut punch he probably wishes he could give George Karl right now.





And here’s K-Mart showing how to foul a player and make sure he doesn’t get an and-1.



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