John Wall Chucked Against Golden State Warriors After Klay Thompson Incident

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John Wall Chucked Against Golden State Warriors After Klay Thompson Incident

The Washington Wizards have been on the West Coast since March 20, and a matchup against the Golden State Warriors was their last before a trip back home. Point guard John Wall seemed a bit testy in his waning hours.

Wall picked up a technical foul in the first quarter for a bit of jawing and some excessive contact, and it seemed as if that was that. However, with the Wizards down by double digits in the third quarter, things got a bit chippy between Wall and Klay Thompson.

Wall went up for a layup and was completely annihilated by Thompson. On the following play, Wall came in tight on Thompson to defend an inbound pass, but he ended up getting tossed off and embellishing the contact a bit.

After the no-call, Wall was upset and started jawing with Thompson.

Wall walked to the sidelines, at which point Wizards coach Randy Wittman gave him a look that might as well have said, "Well, what are we going to do now?"

Washington went on to lose the game 101-92, as the Wizards lost for just the second time in the past seven games.

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