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Austin Rivers fined $25000 for verbal outburst directed at fan

Austin Rivers fined $25000 for verbal outburst directed at fan

In the fourth quarter of Thursday night's game against the Utah Jazz, an upset Clippers fan wasn't too pleased to see the team down 19-points.

Video of the incident, which you can view above, appears to show Rivers telling a court-side fan to shut up in the most NSFW of ways before being restrained by Clippers center DeAndre Jordan.

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Emotions were certainly running high for Rivers and he let his frustrations get the best of him while the cameras were on him.

Fair warning to anyone planning to sit courtside at a Los Angeles Clippers game: Don't chirp Austin Rivers. "He was talking sh** about the team, but he was cheering during the first half".

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Rivers explained after the game that the guy was being a "fairweather ass fan" and that he apologized to him once things cooled down. "He was talking s- about the team, not even me". Why wouldn't the fan be talking shit about Rivers, there.

With rumors of Doc Rivers also being on the hot seat amidst all of this, you can't help but wonder what on Earth is going on in Los Angeles.

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"I definitely shouldn't have said anything", Rivers told a group of reporters. He added that he's "sorry for using profanity" but was "sticking up for my teammate, bottom line". No, probably not because I wouldn't want to get fined.