There were no police on the court," Krstic said. "There were no security guards. I was scared. I saw the fans, half-naked, coming behind my back. I saw Greek players coming towards me. They were saying some bad things about my family. In that moment, you don’t think what going to happen. You just try to protect yourself. I was scared. That’s why I did that.
— Oklahoma City Thunder center Nenad Krstic on throwing a chair during Serbia's game against Greece in the FIBA World Championships this summer. It was among the funnier moments of the Thunder's media day today, especially because he apologized over and over again. Read more: http://www.newsok.com/krstic-apologizes-for-involvement-in-summer-brawl/article/3499049?custom_click=pod_lead_nba-thunder#ixzz10nHG4hPx