Ron Artest, Pacers
86 games (73 plus 13 playoff games)
In what has become known as the Malice at the Palace, the 2004 Pacers-Pistons brawl led to nine players being suspended for a total of 146 games and a loss of nearly $10 million in salaries. And it all centered on Artest, whose foul on Detroit's Ben Wallace escalated into a brawl between players and fans. Artest's hefty suspension (the remainder of the season -- 73 games, plus 13 playoff games) is the longest non-drug-related suspension in NBA history. He lost nearly $7 million in salary as a result.