Did you miss curfew Friday night because you were at the Clippers game? You can blame Toronto coach Dwane Casey.

Casey’s strategy to intentionally foul DeAndre Jordan turned the third quarter into an almost unwatchable marathon in the Clippers’ 118-105 win over the Raptors at Staples Center.

“It looks bad,” Rivers said of the quarter. “There’s no doubt about that.”

After the game, Clippers forward Matt Barnes called for a rule change.

“I don’t think anyone want to see that ever,” he said.

Casey and the Raptors sent Jordan to the line to shoot 16 free throws in a three-minute span, slamming the brakes on what had been a high-powered offensive performance by the Clippers.

The strategy didn’t pay major dividends immediately, as the Clippers’ 21-point lead was only trimmed to 18 during the span, but all the fouls seemed to quiet the Staples Center crowd and disjoint the rhythm the Clippers offense had built.

Following the barrage of free throws, the Clippers missed six straight shots as the Raptors went on a 10-1 run to end the quarter.

The 12 minutes of game action in the third quarter took 41 minutes of real time.

In the two quarters before and the one following the third, the Clippers offense sailed past Toronto’s defense, as Blake Griffin and Jamal Crawford continued to carry the load offensively without Chris Paul.

Griffin became the first Clipper since 1979 to score 35 or more points in three straight games after dropping in 36 despite being limited to 28 minutes by foul trouble.

While Crawford struggled from the field, hitting only 4 of 13, he nailed all 12 of his free throws to go with six rebounds and six assists.