Maine Basketball Player Wes Myers Breaks Teammate’s Jaw in Locker Room Fight
February 24, 2017 - Basketballs
Maine BasketballBrett Carlsen/Getty ImagesFebruary 24, 2017
On Wednesday, Larry Mahoney of a Bangor Daily News reported 5 University of Maine men’s basketball players were recently dangling following a Feb. 14 rumpus in a locker room that saw ensure Wes Myers mangle brazen Marko Pirovic’s jaw with a punch.
Mahoney cited a military report.
Pirovic, who is a senior, will have his jaw connected close for 6 to 8 weeks following his surgery, per Mahoney.
Mahoney remarkable a quarrel started when Pirovic didn’t spin off song when Myers asked him to. Following a injury, Jaquan McKennon, Ilija Stojiljkovic and Dusan Majstorovic all told tutor Ryan Taylor that Pirovic slipped in a shower, that led to their suspensions.
All are now behind with a team, yet Myers is still indefinitely out even yet he eventually told conduct manager Bob Walsh a law about a incident, divulgence a showering story was a coverup.
Aaron Jackson of 92.9 The Ticket in Bangor, Maine, also reported the story and supposing a matter from a University of Maine per a suspensions:
Aaron Jackson @AaronRJackson
Updated UMaine matter per Men’s bball suspensions. 3 of 5 players concerned have been reinstated. #mesports #aebball https://t.co/rvJFz6eHe1
“At this point, we wish this all to be over with and I’m not looking to pursue this box in any way,” Pirovic pronounced in a matter to police.
Myers leads a group in scoring with 16.9 points per game, and Maine is 0-2 but him following a punch, losing by a total 31 points.
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