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The Rush: 76ers and Blazers force game 7s

The Rush: 76ers and Blazers force game 7s”

The NBA confirmed Denver's Will Barton and Torrey Craig and Portland's Seth Curry and Zach Collins will not face any further discipline after a fourth-quarter incident resulted in shoving and those four players being given technical fouls.

"[Barton] waited for a few people to get in between us, and when a few people were in between us, he put his finger in my eye", Curry told reporters after the game, according to ESPN. We'll let you know everything you didn't know you needed to know about sports. "I can't allow people to put their fingers in my eye". Some real sassy dudes over there, some front runners. "Front-runners. And we can't allow that".

Following an offensive foul on Denver's Nikola Jokic, Collins fell toward Barton's knees with 6:16 remaining in Thursday's Game 6. Barton pushed back, and the skirmish ensued.

As Barton seemed to get tangled up with a fallen Collins, he became involved in a shoving match with Curry. Barton said he was trying to avoid getting injured when Curry nudged Barton away as he went to help Collins up. "I wasn't even looking for that".

"I think over the course of the series, at least after Game 1, I just haven't seen the ball go in consistently enough", Lillard said. I guess he thought I was trying to stand on top of him and be tough. "It's your last opportunity to play, so facing elimination is what it is to me, and that's going to be my approach, just like it was tonight". Hopefully, [there's] no suspension off that.

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A look at Game 6 and the Blazers' incredible playoff run. The only thing is that it's going to be on the road. Tensions flared and the players had to be separated.

Damian Lillard came through for the Trail Blazers with a big night going 11-23 from the field and six of 13 from behind the arc for 32 points.

Butler hit baskets in bunches and finished with 25 points.

"We don't quit", Portland's Enes Kanter said.



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