Kewan Platt dropped Nicholls guard Nate Tenaglia with a right elbow to the face better suited for a WWE match than a basketball game.
Video circulated on Twitter Wednesday from Tuesday's Division III game between Fitchburg State and Nichols. Tenaglia is then seen writhing in pain, video shows.
According to Nichols spokesman Pete Divito, Tenaglia had guarded Platt throughout the game, frustrating him with his defense.
You can check out the video of the incident in the link below.
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A Fitchburg State basketball player has been suspended indefinitely and kicked off campus after he delivered a risky and flagrant shot to an opponent's head Tuesday night. Platt graduated from Charlestown High School in 2016 and was a 1,000-point scorer and team MVP during his senior year. A technical foul was called against Platt, Yahoo Sports reported. "We are appalled by the actions of the student-athlete".
Update: Platt has been suspended indefinitely and barred from campus by the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference.
Matthew Bruun, the university's director of public information, told ESPN that the Fitchburg State University police department is "fact-finding" and reviewing the incident from Tuesday night. In addition, the case is under review by Fitchburg State for consideration of further sanctions. His behavior goes against the MASCAC's mission, which includes good sportsmanship.
For what it's worth, Tenaglia's shot went in and Nichols won the game, 84-75. "We're very happy that the Nichols College student-athlete involved in the incident, Nate Tenaglia, was unharmed and able to finish the contest", it said.