Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes took to Twitter to let his displeasure be known about the NBA's handling of the Serge Ibaka-Blake Griffin altercation after Ibaka intentionally hit Griffin in the groin area during Sunday's game.
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Barnes posted several messages on the social media platform that accused the league of hypocrisy in its handling of what was a blatant violation of league rules and likely did warrant a harsher punishment than a flagrant one foul call. Barnes cited himself and Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace as players who would receive harsher penalties if they were the offenders in a similar situation.
Barnes has received multiple suspensions over the course of his career for a litany of offenses. He was most recently given a one-game suspension for a flagrant two foul against Minnesota Timberwolves Greg Stiemsma in February. The league also suspended him one game in November for an offseason arrest.
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