According to a report from, the NBA will investigate the on-court skirmish that ensued between players of the Houston Rockets and L.A. Clippers after Monday night’s game.

Monday night’s game started getting a bit chippy in the fourth quarter. The Clippers won the game, 113-102, but there were several interesting moments leading up to the final whistle (and after it), including a yelling match between Clippers forward Blake Griffin and Rockets head coach Mike D’Antoni that resulted in a pair of technical fouls.

With just over one minute remaining on the game clock, Griffin and Rockets swingman Trevor Ariza were both ejected. It seems Ariza was a bit put off by the chatter coming from Austin Rivers, who was standing near the Clippers’ bench.

The situation heated up even more once the game was over. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that several Rockets players attempted to gain access to the Clippers’ locker room. Obviously, they were mad.

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Somehow, a few members of the Rockets organization, including Ariza, James Harden, Gerald Green, and Clint Capela, managed to reach the Clippers’ locker room door by sneaking through a lesser-known hallway inside the arena.

The Rockets and Clippers never came to blows on Monday night. The LAPD was on-scene to diffuse the situation, according to most reports. Now, the two teams await the NBA’s ruling.