Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph threw Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin down to the ground during Wednesday night's NBA season opener for both teams at the Staples Center.
It happened after Chris Paul hit a jumper with 4:18 left in the fourth quarter, where Randolph grabbed Griffin from behind and pulled him down to the ground. Although Randolph and Griffin had been assessed double technical fouls on a play seconds earlier, no foul was called on this play, which easily could have been (and should have been) a technical foul on Randolph.
Griffin was uninjured on the play, and the Clippers defeated the Grizzlies 101-92.
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