Ex-NBA player Terrence Jones clotheslined after low blow during game overseas

Terrence Jones, who won a national championship at Kentucky and played for three NBA teams over six seasons, was involved in one of the most bizarre on-court altercations you’ll see during a Philippine Basketball Association game over the weekend.

The incident occurred when Jones, who plays for TNT Katropa, was knocked to the ground in the fourth quarter by Calvin Abueva, who plays for the Phoenix Fuel Masters. Jones retaliated with a low blow and an elbow to the chin, and he proceeded to dance to the music playing in the arena as Abueva shook it off. 

On the next play, Jones grabbed a defensive rebound and was met with a blindsided clothesline from Abueva, knocking him out of bounds and to the ground. Jones bounced up and went at Abueva, but teammates and officials intervened before the incident could escalate any further. Then, just like Jones, Abueva danced along to the arena music before he was ejected. 

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