Donte DiVincenzo goes scorched earth on fan for telling him to tuck in jersey: ‘Shut the f–k up’

A courtside fan in Chicago told Donte DiVincenzo to tuck in his jersey, and the Knicks guard wasn’t having it.

During the Knicks’ 108-100 loss to the Bulls, DiVincenzo was demanded to tuck in his shirt by a fan in the front row at the contest.

A visibly annoyed DiVincenzo promptly turned around and told the fan to “Shut the f–k up” during play.

A fan responded by saying, “I mean, it’s a rule in the NBA,” which didn’t earn a reply.

Official NBA rules state that: “While playing, players must keep their uniform shirts tucked into their pants, and no T-shirts are allowed.”


Donte DiVincenzo finished with 10 points in the Knicks loss to the Bulls.
Donte DiVincenzo finished with 10 points in the Knicks loss to the Bulls. Getty Images

DiVincenzo, in the midst of a career year, finished with 10 points on 4-for-12 shooting in the game, hitting two 3-pointers on seven attempts.

The 10 points were DiVincenzo’s lowest total since Jan. 17.

The Knicks did lose and remained tied in the Eastern Conference with the Magic, who also lost to the Hornets on Friday.


Donte DiVincenzo tells a fan to "Shut the f--k up."
Donte DiVincenzo tells a fan to “Shut the f–k up.” @BeauLWagner/X

The Knicks remain two games ahead of a possible play-in spot with five games to go on their schedule.

The team did welcome back OG Anunoby in the wake of Julius Randle opting for season-ending shoulder surgery.

Anunoby finished with 12 points on 5 of 8 shooting, adding two steals in his return to the lineup.

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