The last day of regular season saw teammates going against each other. It wasn’t just Rudy Gobert and Kyle Anderson who got into it.
Mason Plumlee and Bones Hyland had to be separated by their Clippers teammates after a heated exchange during the game against the Suns.
It happened early win the fourth quarter when Los Angeles was down by four points in a game that they needed to win to secure the five seed. The Clippers ended up winning 119-114.
After the game Clippers head coach Tyronn Lue was asked about the incident. He didn’t think it was that serious.
“If it ain’t right – fight. It’s a big game, so if it ain’t right, do something to fix it,” Lue said. “After that little skirmish we took off and played a lot better. So maybe we should do that more often.”
“They worked it out. Everything’s good,” he added.