The Thunder failed to beat the Clippers after the ejection of Serge Ibaka and the bad blood continued between Blake Griffin and Ibaka. If you haven't checked out Trey Hunter's recap for WTLC, you should now.
Let's start off with this "fight" that happened last night. First of all, I didn't think anyone should get ejected, but an angry Matt Barnes went on Twitter because he felt that it was the smart thing to do. I don't know if it was smart, but it was hilarious to everyone else.
For everyone who didn't get to see Matt Barnes' tweet: pic.twitter.com/CAVHbiiqo9— Hoops Analysis (@hoopsanalysis) November 14, 2013
Barnes later on deleted the tweet, but we all saw it, Matt.
I think Metta World Peace speaks for all of us when we're talking about the new delay of game violation. The rule is really silly and we really hope this doesn't cost anybody a game because then it'll really explode. World Peace had an interesting way of putting things, but when doesn't he?
It's their league," said World Peace, who clearly had no idea what he had done wrong. "It's a hard adjustment for these guys making the rules because a lot of them have never played basketball. It's like me trying to make rules for Microsoft or something.
Okay, here's the deal. The Clippers had their 89th straight sellout on Wednesday against the Thunder and the Lakers had their 320 game streak snapped on Monday. IT'S A CLIPPERS TOWN NOW.
It's almost like fans aren't excited to see Chris Kaman in person, believe it or not. That sounds crazy to me. You'd think people would appreciate his "hair" matching the Lakers' uniforms, but I guess not.
Well, maybe if guys like Xavier Henry can keep posterizing people, the people will come. This is absolutely Jayhawk on Jayhawk crime.
Joey Crawford always finds a way to make the game about himself. He's ejected people and given ridiculous technicals, but what he did on Monday to a mop boy is on another level. If Joey had one wish, it would have been to eject him, and that's crazy.