With about five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, a massive brawl broke out in the stands during the Rockets and Spurs game on Saturday night.

Check out the video below from the Rockets' arena, the Toyota Center:



What's surprising about this, is that it took roughly two minutes for security and police to show up to stop the fight in the Rockets' arena.

For those who weren't at the Spurs-Rockets game, it is important to know that there were 12 or more police officers in the arena. To make matters worse, nobody in the section was wearing their masks, which is quite despairing, considering that Texas has the second-highest number of COVID-19 cases in the United States, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Nevertheless, aside from the massive brawl on Saturday, the Spurs played a relatively good game as they defeated the Rockets 111-106. Spurs guard Demar DeRozan led all scorers with an efficient 30 points — to go along with eight rebounds and seven assists. With their win on Saturday over the Rockets, the Spurs improve to an overall record of 13-10 and are now tied with the Phoenix Suns for the fourth seed in the Western Conference. They'll be seeking to stretch their winning streak to four games as they play the Golden State Warriors on Monday.

As for the Rockets, their loss on Saturday puts them at an overall record of 11-11, which is good for the ninth seed in the Western Conference. John Wall led the team with 27 points, to go along with two rebounds and seven assists.

The Rockets will be seeking to get back in the win column on Monday as they face the Charlotte Hornets. One is tempted to say that Houston needs to fight back as it attempts to move upward in the Western Conference, but that is metaphorical, not literal.