Footage emerges of Jahlil Okafor in another brutal street fight

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The Philadelphia 76ers picked up their first win of the 2015/16 NBA season last night, but there's bad news for Jahlil Okafor.

The center may be putting in starring performances to open up his young career - he leads the Sixers in scoring - but the youngster could be set to find himself in a lot of trouble off the court.

Last week, we showed you clips of Okafor seemingly getting in a street fight outside a Boston nightclub. Well, more footage has emerged from that night and it is much more brutal.


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A week after airing the original clip, TMZ Sports has now posted a second video today featuring another fight involving Okafor from that same night.

In the new video, a man is shown laid out on the sidewalk bleeding heavily from his head, and according to TMZ, a witness said Okafor "hit the guy with a haymaker." You can watch it here...

Apparently, this fight took place after the first one. So not only did the Sixers star and his friends not leave the area immediately, but they stayed and hung around for a bit before getting in another fight. What an idiot!

While no charges were going to be pressed after the initial video, it seems that Boston Police have changed their minds and will be investigating Okafor and the incident.

It looks like the 76ers were a little too late in giving their star man a personal security guard.

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