Former NBA star and Chinese basketball legend Steph Marbury pushed the right button as he fouled Jimmer hard and the Jimmer had none of it.
As Fredette was going up for a layup, Marbury knocked the ball out of his hands.
Fredette then appeared to shove the 40-year-old, two-time NBA All-Star.
This won't be the final highlight he creates, but it could be the last time Fredette and Marbury provide one together. Although no punches were thrown during the altercation, Fredette and Marbury had to be separated by players and referees. Fredette is averaging 41.2 points, 7.5 rebounds and 6.5 assists per game for the Shanghai Sharks, which seem like video-game numbers, until you see the other numbers across the CBA. Fredette, 28, was the No. 10 overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft. That partnership was never fully realized, but Marbury emerged as an All-Star on the New Jersey Nets and Phoenix Suns before spending a handful of seasons on his hometown Knicks and finishing his 13-year National Basketball Association career in Boston.
Fredette ended up getting the last laugh, as the guard went off for a triple-double with a whopping 54 points, 13 rebounds, and 10 assists in Shanghai's 123-119 overtime victory over Beijing. He spent part of the 2015 season with the Knicks.