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Kristaps Porzingis found himself in a lot of trouble during a visit to his hometown

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One of the youngest European NBA stars Kristaps Porzingis found himself in a fight during a visit to his hometown back in Latvia. A video has surfaced where Kristaps is standing outside of a bar with a bloody head and obvious injury which resulted in a lot of frustration from his end.

According to various Latvian sources, Porzingis got in a dispute with a group of Russians outside of the bar who were already disputing with the local security. The same source said Porzingis was in a company with a friend who suffered even a worse injury.

Porzingis apparently got jumped and attacked with an object but the whole incident was broken up quickly. It's also worth mentioning altercations are a quite usual thing in that area.

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In the video, you can hear Porzingis call out the people who attacked him by saying “I’ll send your ass back to Russia.”

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Porzingis joined the Dallas Mavericks in a blockbuster trade this season after New York Knicks agreed to a trade from Dallas Mavericks which was a big surprise in NBA circles.

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