Celtics forward Marcus Morris weighed in on the Rajon Rondo and Chris Paul fight that went down during the fourth quarter of the Lakers-Rockets game Saturday night in Los Angeles.
Punches were thrown after Paul poked Rondo in the face when the two point guards were face-to-face following an altercation between Lakers forward Brandon Ingram and Rockets guard James Harden. Rondo connected on a left punch to Paul's face -- a move Morris admired from the Lakers point guard and commented on via Twitter.Rondo and CP3 threw hands in Lakers-Rockets brawl 😳 pic.twitter.com/Z0eWmxDdTH— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 21, 2018
That’s was a Nice ass left Rondo !!! Lol— Marcus Morris (@MookMorris2) October 21, 2018
Seeing Rondo and Paul in each other's faces didn't come as a surprise for most Celtics fans. Both guards have gotten in each other's faces more than a few times since 2009 when they first had to be separated in a game between the Celtics and the Hornets.
All three (Paul, Rondo, Ingram) players were ejected and will most likely all receive suspensions within the next 24 hours or so.Josue Pavón
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