Should there be suspensions from Pacers-Warriors fracas?

That was not a brawl last night in Indianapolis when things got nasty between the Pacers and Warriors. The correct term, IMHO, would be “fracas.” You need at least one punch to start throwing around words such as “brawl.”

But the altercation did spill into the stands, and the suits at the league office don’t like it when paying customers are put at risk of bodily harm. With the Warriors scheduled to play tonight in New York, one would expect some type of word to come down from the league office today on whether there will be any suspensions.

In case you missed it, let’s go to the videotape.

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Here is the NBATV crew’s take on what happened:

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(RELATED: TWEET OF THE NIGHT GOES TO MARCUS THOMPSON)

What do you think, readers?

Should there be suspensions issued by NBA VP of Violence Stu Jackson?

“I’m guessing I’ll miss a game,” Hibbert told the Indianapolis Star.

Cast your vote below. The results will show after you have weighed in. Comments are welcome.

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  1. Phil says

    I was at the game last night. Hibbert was until he threw Curry to the floor. Should probably get a game for that. Curry should probably have gotten ejected for getting back up and charging at Roy.

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