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VIDEO: Jared Dudley and Jimmy Butler just got thrown out of the game after a scuffle


The series between the Nets and Sixers have been really intense so far with both teams doing their best to outperform the other. The Sixers are leading 2-1 in the series with the crucial game four playing tonight.

The tempers have flared during the 3rd quarter in tonight's game when Jared Dudley and Jimmy Butler got ejected after a "mini-brawl" between the two teams. Dudley was being aggressive the entire game providing the Nets a much-needed energy boost in a game that is a must win for them.

The incident started with Joel Embiid's hard foul on Jarret Allen, and the first one who came into Allen's defense was Jared Dudley which provoked Jimmy Butler and pretty much every single player on the floor got involved in this incident.

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