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NBA players come in all shapes and sizes, but some are just bigger than others. That’s been the life for Los Angeles Clippers center Ivica Zubac and Denver Nuggets power forward Dario Saric. Zubac measures in at 7-feet tall and 240 pounds. Saric is a bit smaller, but not by much, at 6-foot-10, 225 pounds.

Both players don’t typically generate headlines for their play during the season. I guess the offseason is a different story. Right now, the two players are actually teammates, competing with Team Croatia ahead of the Paris Olympic games later this summer. Croatia lost 80-69 to Greece on Sunday, and after the game, Zubac and Saric headed out for a night on the town around Athens.

To no surprise, they ended up at a bar; what came next was not what anyone was expecting. Yet, as TMZ has captured, Saric and Zubac can be seen getting into a bar fight at around 5:30 AM local time.

Here’s the video of the fight involving Saric and Zubac. Saric can be seen in a white t-shirt, and Zubac is wearing a dark-colored shirt. They appear to be trying to help each other out, but the video has a lot going on, making it tough to determine exactly what ensued.

The fight dissipated nearly as quickly as it began, and police were not called to the scene. It is not known what started the scuffle, but it doesn’t take much when liquid courage is involved.

Saric just signed a two-year contract worth $10.6 million with the Nuggets on July 6. One to two days later, he’s already involved in a fight. Meanwhile, Zubac is entering the final year of his contract with the Clippers and is set to earn $11.7 million this season.

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