The Enes Kanter-Giannis Antetokounmpo scuffle wasn't the only beef that was born in Milwaukee Thursday night.
After the Knicks big man and Bucks star got into a heated exchange during the fourth quarter of Milwaukee's 112-96 win, Kristaps Porzingis hopped on social media to rip the Bucks assistant coach who involved himself in the skirmish.
"That was some bs tonight!!!" Porzingis posted in an Instagram story late Thursday. "And that bucks assistant coach needs to sit his ass down before grabbing Enes like that. grab your own players not the opp. team. foh"
With the Knicks down 91-82, Antetokounmpo drove to the net with the ball but crashed into Kanter's left arm, which sent the Greek Freak straight to the floor. Kanter then gave him a look before the Bucks forward arose and began to exchange words with Kanter. As they were digging into each other, Milwaukee assistant Darvin Ham walked over from the sideline and bumped into Kanter from behind.
Kanter was ejected from the game, saying later that he wasn't aware he had been booted because he needed to leave the court to receive stitches near his eye. Kanter angrily complained to reporters about Ham in the postgame locker room, according to Marc Berman of the New York Post.
Antetokounmpo already had some bad blood with the Knicks entering Thursday. During the teams' matchup on Dec. 1, Mario Hezonja dunked over the Greek Freak and stepped over him, prompting the latter to threaten Hezonja with a punch to the groin in their next meeting.
The two didn't see each other during the Bucks' win at the Garden on Christmas nor on Thursday.
But whenever Porzingis returns from his ACL rehab, Knicks-Bucks is bound to get even more interesting.