In what should be classified as a shoving match more than a fight, the Boston Celtics' Rajon Rondo and the Brooklyn Nets' Kris Humphries were ejected last night. The two shoved each other back and forth on the baseline until they were pushed back through the camermen sitting court side and into the stands. No injuries came from the fight, but suspensions could come down for both.
Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe thinks the altercation could cost Rondo a handful of games. His temper has got the best of him in the past and in this case, it could result in suspension. The lead official from last night's game confirmed the obvious; that Rondo was the aggressor.
The altercation came after Kris Humphries fouled Kevin Garnet on his way up to the basket. Rondo did not appreciate the foul and went after Humphries. The altercation ultimately spilled into the stands.
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