Bucks’ Sanders Can’t Control Temper?
The first really big temper tantrum from Bucks center Larry Sanders came last season, when he nearly started a melee in a game against the Indiana Pacers.
Sanders was suspended two games by the league for that incident, for initiating an altercation and failing to leave the court in a timely manner following his ejection.
Now the third-year pro is having familiar troubles with the officials. He was ejected late in Wednesday’s game in Washington and responded by giving the thumb’s up signal to all three referees as he left the court.
On Friday, he argued after a foul was called on him while guarding a drive by Miami Heat star LeBron James with 2 minutes 44 seconds remaining. Sanders received one technical and then a second one, giving him two ejections in two games.