Houston Rockets Players Try to Enter Clippers Locker Room After Tense Game

Rockets guard Chris Paul looks forward to his return to Staples Center and to seeing old friends including Billy Crystal and Clippers assistant Sam Cassell

With a rotation that varies from game to game and sometimes from quarter to quarter because of all the injuries, Clippers coach Doc Rivers has adjusted on the fly. Both were given a technical foul and Mike was captured on camera shouting "F*ck you!" to Blake as he walked away.

Officers from the Los Angeles Police Department were called to assist security guards at the Staples Center after tensions between players on the Clippers and Houston Rockets spilled over into the locker room after the game, reports said. They looked innocent the moment the Rockets came into the locker room.

It took two attempts, but it finally appears that the Los Angeles Clippers will get that chance to face their former point guard. "For us, we've got to be better".

The Rockets lost seven of nine during that stretch, but have rebounded to win their last three games as they are learning how to win without All-Star James Harden. Paul ran over to the referees in disbelief.

"Well, after he said what he said, I said the same thing back", Griffin said. But if you start going after an opponent's coach, you can't be surprised if they don't shower up and head home after the game. "But other than that, it's good". "[Blake] Griffin scored under the basket and Paul was called for a foul". "Then I seen him talking insane to Coach, so I'm always going to have Coach's back". "Chris Paul is trying to beat me up!" I'm telling you what I heard. Griffin hit Eric Gordon with a fastball ...

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Things reached a boiling point after Griffin was ejected in the final minute of the fourth quarter for jawing with Ariza, who was exchanging words with Rivers and Patrick Beverley. These players are often role models for youngsters and for this to happen on Martin Lurther King Jr.

"I certainly doubt it was Clippers players who were requesting any police presence", Johnson said as the Barkley and Shaq tried to recover from their fit of giggles. "Get down here and save me". "Day, we're non-violent".

D'Antoni was asked what he had said to Griffin. "We can't control what anybody else does".

It was not the first postgame confrontation in the same corridor at Staples Center.

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