Blake Griffin has hilarious response to Clippers-Rockets beef

Blake Griffin has hilarious response to Clippers-Rockets beef

Blake Griffin has hilarious response to Clippers-Rockets beef

While the Rockets managed to lose the game on the scoreboard, they also helped spark all sorts of emotions from both sides in a way that's only going to benefit the Clippers. Nine seconds later, Griffin and Ariza received double technicals after exchanging words, and both were ejected.

As Per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Rockets players entered through the back hallway that connects team dressing rooms into the Clippers' locker room.

And that's just what Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley did Monday night on Inside the National Basketball Association: breaking down a reported locker room tiff between the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers by breaking down in laughter.

However, security in the Staples Center blocked the players before any confrontation could take place.

While the Clippers did lose their future hall-of-famer, they did get back in the trade a professional assassin (bucket go getter) in Williams. That award went to the Rockets' locker room heist at Staples Center, with Chris Paul leading his new teammates through secret back doors to reach his old teammate's locker room.

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However, a source told People that Griffin and Jenner are still very much together and are not calling it quits just yet.

According to ESPN, the National Basketball Association will conduct an investigation into what happened and will begin gathering information on Tuesday. Unfortunately for Houston, their three game winning streak was snapped in a 113-102 loss, but the outcome of the game was drowned out by the late-game and post game altercations. D'Antoni complains about it immediately.

The Clippers' Blake Griffin (32) and Rockets' Trevor Ariza didn't let their play do all the talking Monday. "Chris Paul tried to beat me up". Blake would get his second technical foul when he got into a "skirmish" with Trevor with a minute left in the game, resulting in an ejection. Rivers posting 35 points and seven assists, and DeAndre Jordan with 20 points and 17 rebounds.

Admittedly, most basketball fans are exhausted of everyone in the league being best friends, so a healthy dislike between two teams is refreshing.

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