Former NBA MVP Russell Westbrook reignites war with hated rival Patrick Beverley

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When things got heated between Russell Westbrook and Patrick Beverley, police stepped onto the basketball court.

The feud between Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook and Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley reignited Tuesday night. This one, with the defender being Beverley adding some likely emphasis, Westbrook rocked an extra little bit, even topping it off with a goodnight kiss at the end.

Those emotions came out and both players had to be separated to the point police were out on the court. Though Westbrook and his wife have twin girls on the way, it turns out the motion wasn't about them. "What you think happened?" said the Clippers guard.

The Thunder were winning against the Clippers at the time of the incident.

The Thunder used hyper-energetic defense and transition offense, coming out of the locker room on a 20-0 run that turned into a 39-10 quarter and a 74-43 second half en route to 128-110 win.

I went for a loose ball and the ref looked at it on tape and felt like it was a flagrant, and I've got to accept it'.

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The Thunder led 93-77 at the end of the third quarter.

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Later in the game, Beverley went for the loose ball, dangerously colliding into Westbrook's knees a la the play that occurred in the 2013 playoffs that tore Westbrook's meniscus.

Westbrook, however, outscored Beverley 32 to 6, hitting 13-of-25 field goals in a game where he was focused on getting to the rim.

A timeout was immediately called by Thunder head coach Billy Donovan in an attempt to calm the situation down.

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