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Jermaine O’Neal confronts Blake Griffin in hallway after Clippers-Warriors game

Mar 13, 2014, 10:15 AM EST

Blake Griffin, David Lee

The Warriors and Clippers don’t like each other, but it seems the Warriors particularly dislike Blake Griffin.

Draymond Green and Andrew Bogut went after Griffin in December, and they successfully got the Clippers star ejected. Bogut even made a point not to apologize.

Add Jermaine O’Neal to the list of Warriors who’ve feuded with Griffin.

O’Neal got a technical foul for jawing with Griffin in the fourth quarter of Wednesday’s Warriors-Clippers game, and O’Neal didn’t let the issue die there.

Arash Markazi of ESPNLosAngeles.com:

Golden State Warriors forward Jermaine O’Neal confronted forward Blake Griffin in the hallway outside the Los Angeles Clippers’ locker room at Staples Center after L.A.’s 111-98 win Wednesday night.

The two had a heated conversation that was quickly broken up by a Clippers official who led Griffin to the adjacent news conference room.

O’Neal, 35, had dressed and was waiting outside the Clippers’ locker room to talk to Griffin.

Griffin, who was walking to the news conference room to take questions from reporters, could be heard telling O’Neal to “leave that s— on the court” before the two were separated and briefly shook hands.

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Unfortunately, Wednesday was the last scheduled meeting between the Warriors and Clippers. But if the season ended today, they’d meet in a first-round series.

At this point, it’d be a shame if we don’t got a Warriors-Clippers playoff matchup.

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