After that third-quarter skirmish between the Portland Trail Blazers and Golden State Warriors on Saturday night, Portland proceeded to go on a 41-18 run that helped them get a 113-101 win, earning their 10th victory in a row.

It didn’t have to go down that way. In fact, Andrew Bogut is the reason why Golden State loss this one. No, it wasn’t because he only had four points. It was because he initiated the skirmish.

With 3:42 left in the third, Bogut and Joel Freeland got tangled up resulting in Bogut throwing a forearm to Freeland’s chest. LaMarcus Aldridge then rushed in and shoved Bogut in the chin with his right hand.

Mo Williams and Bogut then somehow got tangled up and that’s when everybody got into the raucous, whether it was players trying to break it up or players looking to get a piece of the opposition.

Williams was ejected. Wesley Matthews, who had 23 points, received a technical (his second of the game) and was ejected. Aldridge would receive a technical and so did Freeland. Draymond Green was ejected for his role and Bogut only got a technical.