NBA won't penalize Rondo, Paul for incident

NEW YORK (AP) - The NBA will not penalize Chris Paul or Rajon
Rondo for an incident between them after a recent game in Boston.
Paul pursued Rondo toward the Celtics' locker room and was
blocked by Boston assistant coaches after the Celtics' 97-87
victory over New Orleans on Sunday night. The point guards had been
assessed matching technical fouls in the second quarter after they
got tangled up under the basket.
League spokesman Tim Frank also says Thursday the league won't
take action against Paul from a game at New York on Monday. Knicks
forward Al Harrington came up with a loose ball after a Hornets
turnover with about 5½ minutes left. Paul dove on top of him and
made contact with Harrington's head.

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