Jahlil Okafor, the Philadelphia 76ers’ 19-year-old rookie, allegedly got into a brawl outside a bar in Boston early Thursday.

Video of the incident was published by TMZ Sports, which wrote that it occurred because Okafor felt he was “being heckled from the moment he left the club and felt threatened because people swarmed him on the street.” Okafor allegedly threw punches at and pushed a man.

The fight occurred after the Celtics beat the Sixers, 84-80, on Wednesday night. Okafor had 19 points and nine rebounds in the game, and, according to TMZ, the fight began when someone heckled him about the Sixers, who are winless in 16 games.

“We are aware of the report and we are currently working to gather additional information,” Sixers spokesman Michael Preston told The Washington Post. “Until that time, we will have no further comment.”

LAKERS: Coach Byron Scott said he has not considering adjusting Kobe Bryant’s role or his minutes despite the aging superstar missing three games because of concerns regarding his sore back and fatigue.

“The last few days he said he feels great,” Scott said Wednesday. “I don’t think it’s a matter of him being tired. It’s a matter of his timing being a little off.”

Bryant’s’ shot has been more than off amid the Lakers’ 2-12 record. The Lakers’ 37-year-old star has averaged 15.2 points per game while shooting 31.1 percent from the field and 19.5 percent from 3-point range in 30.5 minute per game. In the Lakers’ loss to Golden State on Tuesday, Bryant posted only four points on a 1-of-14 clip.

Bryant did not practice on Wednesday so he could rest, a customary routine to ensure he stays healthy after having three season-ending injuries in consecutive seasons. Amid Bryant’s absence and his teammates’ collective inexperience, Scott conceded trying to find the right combination “is probably the tricky part.”

But Scott still maintained, “I’m letting (Kobe) try to find it for himself.”

“I’m not so much worried about Kobe,” Scott said. “I am concerned about his shooting percentage. But knowing him the way I know him and how long he’s played in this league, I’m not worried about him finding it.”