WTF, Tristan Thompson? Fans of Khloé Kardashian have been less than impressed with her baby daddy's behavior ever since he was caught cheating on her with multiple women throughout her pregnancy. But now, he's taken his bad attitude to the court. The NBA star was ejected from Game 1 of the NBA Finals last night, and then proceeded to shove the basketball in opposing player Draymond Green's face. Watch the video above to see for yourself!

Aside from the fact that Tristan acted like a really poor sport after the ref told him to leave the game, his decision to then legit start a fight with Draymond was uncalled for. As his teammates tried to hold him back, fans went wild over the spectacle on Twitter. And, of course, they dragged his cheating scandal into the mix.

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"@RealTristan13 BOOHOO about your loss. Too bad you haven't been as emotional about your infidelity and the mother of your child!!!" one person wrote. Another said, "The [NBA] should suspend Tristan Thompson for starting an altercation with Draymond Green [and] putting the ball in his face."

While Tristan has yet to make a comment about his behavior, we can't help but wonder what Khloé was thinking. The 33-year-old reality star has surely put up with too much over the past several months. Between watching video footage of Tristan making out and motorboating other women, and then having to give birth to his baby just days later — it's enough to make anyone go insane.

But, shockingly, Tristan is the one who is reportedly "exhausted" by the cheating scandal. (Poor thing!) "Tristan is completely emotionally and physically exhausted from the cheating allegations and of course, the playoffs," a source previously told Us Weekly. "He is focused on winning a championship for Cleveland."

Could this be why he caused a total uproar on the court? It's possible. Regardless of the reason, he should probably just stop shoving basketballs and starting fights with other players during games, especially the NBA Finals — just for the sake of his career, you know?

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