Court invader gets more than he bargained for

Court invader gets more than he bargained for

A court invader got more than he bargained for when he stormed a basketball game in Montenegro.

The incident during at a free throw attempt in a Eurocup match delayed the game as players, stewards and security were involved in a brawl.

The irate supporter ran onto the court and shoved a player in the back - but as he tried to make a getaway, another player ran up and delivered a clothesline punch to his back, sending the invader sprawling.

The resulting scuffle delayed the game by 15 minutes, Sky Sports reported.

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