Things got a little chippy between the Boston Celtics and Washington Wizards on Wednesday night at TD Garden.
Following the C’s 117-108 win, Wizards point guard John Wall and Celtics forward Jae Crowder exchanged words on the court, and then things got a little more physical.
A few Celtics came to the defense of Crowder, none of them more heated than guard Marcus Smart.
Smart got in a scuffle with Wizards guard Bradley Beal during the third quarter after the two got tangled up, and both continued to exchange words during the postgame altercation.
After the teams were separated and headed back to their locker rooms, the argument continued behind the scenes.
Safe to say there might be some extracurricular activities when these two teams meet again on Jan. 24 in Washington.