Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis in strife over brawl

by Dwayne Torres October 23, 2018, 0:19
Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis in strife over brawl

I think I'm the one that caused action and I'm going to take full responsibility for every action that I did.

The NBA has yet to impose sanctions against those involved in the fight.

Anthony Kiedis, lead singer of California's Red Hot Chili Peppers, was booted from a recent basketball game between the Houston Rockets and the Los Angeles Lakers over the weekend after he was no longer able to contain his frustrations over the match.

Although hard to see with the naked eye, video of the incident showed Rondo spitting on Paul, who responded by poking his finger into Rondo's face. VanDeWeghe is leading the NBA's probe into the incident and helping to interview participants and witnesses on Sunday in Los Angeles, league sources said.

James scored 24 points, but Paul, Ingram and Rajon Rondo all were ejected after trading blows late in the Rockets' 124-115 win Saturday night. "It's a lot monetarily for the player, [and] it hurts the team".

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Shortly afterwards, Rajon Rondo and Chris Paul are seen jawing back and forth as the camera follows Ingram. Ingram then threw punches in the melee. He then re-inserted himself into the situation, throwing a wild punch that could have done serious damage had it connected. Rondo claims the spitting didn't happen and Paul instigated. He turned the volume up by drilling Paul with a left-handed jab to the head. Once Rondo and Paul's altercation occurred, Ingram sprinted from half court and threw a punch of his own in the direction of Paul and PJ Tucker that did not land cleanly. Paul could contend he only responded when provoked by Rondo, which is a fair argument. This was not a Hawks-Bulls game on a local affiliate.

LeBron James' home debut for the franchise was marred by a brawl which broke out. Paul is president of the NBA Players' Association.

With Houston struggling out of the gate this season, Anthony is relieved that Paul wasn't given a ban anywhere close to what he experienced back in 2006.

Barring an appeal, Ingram and Rondo will start their suspensions tonight when the Lakers host the Spurs.

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