Former Arizona high school standout Terrell Stoglin went on a tirade during a game in the Liga Profesional de Baloncesto, the top professional basketball league in Venezuela. 

Stoglin, who shined at Tucson Santa Rita High and later at the University of Maryland, took the ball out of the hands of the referee and punted it into the stands during a game Monday for Trotamundos B.B.C.

The guard then ripped off his jersey and threw it toward an official, before giving a middle-finger salute to the crowd as he was leaving the court.

You can watch the incident here.

Stoglin left Maryland after averaging 21.6 points per game in 2011-12. 

He declared for the NBA draft that summer after learning he would be suspended for the entirety of 2012-13 for “a violation of the University of Maryland Student-Athlete Code of Conduct.”

He didn’t get drafted and has also played professionally in Lebanon, Greece, France, Italy, Turkey and Ukraine.

He won a state championship with Santa Rita in 2010 and scored a Tucson-record 2,911 points with 96 wins as a four-year starter. 

In 2017, azcentral sports’ Richard Obert ranked Stoglin No. 35 on his list of Arizona’s Top 50 high school boys basketball players of all-time.

Stoglin was also ranked No. 3 on Obert’s list of Southern Arizona’s all-time greatest boys basketball players in 2016.

Following Stoglin’s ejection, Trotamundos B.B.C issued an apology on Twitter to fans.


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USA TODAY Sports’ Jace Evans contributed to this story.