GIF: Caron Butler Likes 'Hip-Hop,' Get It?

The Los Angeles Clippers are hosting the Memphis Grizzlies in a Monday night game that is getting pretty heated. Late in the first half, a scuffle broke out between Blake Griffin and Zach Randolph. The situation was quickly defused, but the Clippers were fired up following the altercation, no one more so than Caron Butler.

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Caron Butler is a big believer in calisthenics, you see. He believes that standing idle only "angries up the blood." Try these low-impact, low-arm half-jumping jacks at home for yourself and just tell me you don't feel alert and energized afterward.

Recommended for perfect form in the exercise is a pal you can occasionally slap fives with, as well as a healthy amount of onlookers and officials milling about nearby.

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