Chris Paul led his teammates thru a secret door to get into Clippers locker room because Austin Rivers said he smashed his wife during game –

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Chris Paul reportedly wanted to kill Austin Rivers after last night’s game between the Houston Rockets and the Los Angeles Clippers. The game thru out was real chippy, being that Chris was just traded from the Clippers this past fseason. Word we got from some close sources on the team is that Chris was ready to put hands on Austin after he told Chris during the game that he smashed Chris’s wife “Jada”. Austin did not play last night and we are told the exchanged happened during a timeout when Austin left the bench to help Blake Griffin out who was surrounded by Chris and his Houston Rocket teammates.

Once the game was over we are told Chris led his team James Harden, Gerald Green and Trevor Ariza thru a secret door which can take you into the clippers actual locker room. This door is one only Chris would have knew about. We hear that no punches were thrown but Chris let it be known when he see’s Austin outside the NBA world it is own.

Houston Rockets’ players James Harden, Trevor Ariza and Gerald Green pushed into Clippers locker room post-game looking to confront Austin Rivers, league sources tell ESPN. Security escorted Rockets out before anything turned physical.

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Rockets players were clamoring for Blake Griffin too, league sources said. Chris Paul also entered with other Rockers players through a backstory that connects team dressing rooms.

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Entered through a back door, to be clear.

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Sources: As the four Rockets marched through the back hallway into the Clippers locker room, center Clint Capela knocked on the front door Clippers entrance. Someone opened door, saw him standing there — and shut it on him.

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The NBA's investigation into the Clippers-Rockets tomfoolery began late Monday night and continues into today, league sources tell ESPN. There will be no shortage punished individuals.

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