Mo Williams, Wesley Matthews ejected in Blazers-Warriors brawl

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The Warriors and Trail Blazers got into a skirmish in the third quarter and three players were ejected.

The Golden State Warriors and Portland Trail Blazers broke into a brawl during the third quarter of their game Saturday night. Mo Williams, Wesley Matthews (given his second technical foul of the night) and Draymond Green were ejected from the game after official review. David Lee, Andrew Bogut, LaMarcus Aldridge and all previous players mentioned were assessed technical fouls for the incident, which can be seen below:

Joel Freeland and Andrew Bogut exchanged words, but Mo Williams stepping in appears to be the tipping point before things get out of control. LaMarcus Aldridge then pushes Bogut in the face, followed by Williams clearly swinging his arm at Bogut from behind.

The chaos spilled toward the bench, but there do not appear to be any direct punches thrown from either side. Referees and coaches did their best to separate the players, though you can see they repeatedly slipped away from being held back.

A very chaotic sequence that was extinguished quickly and without any serious injuries.

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