Two New Mexico State players suspended after post-game, court storming melee

Two New Mexico State players suspended after post-game, court storming melee

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The Western Athletic Conference suspended two New Mexico State players for their roles in a post-game incident last night at the conclusion of a game at Utah State that opened the door to the debate about court storming.

Guard KC Ross-Miller was suspended for two games, and teammate Renaldo Dixon received one game after the ugly incident in which punches were thrown by players and fans.

The incident began shortly after Ross-Miller threw the basketball at Utah Valley’s Holton Hunsaker as the final buzzer sounded at the end of Wolverines win on their home court. At the same time the home Utah Valley fans rushed the court, and led to several skirmishes with New Mexico State players.