"Besides people talking loud at each other, nothing happened," Rivers said Sunday during a conference call with reporters.
USA Today reported that police had to be called after an altercation involving the Warriors'
"I was sitting in my office with my family and I heard about it," Rivers said. "The more I've heard, it was much to do about nothing. Unfortunately, the way the arena is built, from our training room, that door's open and their locker room is through that and I guess they could hear guys being excited and so that was about it. From there, I guess there were guys jumping in the hallway in between the two locker rooms."
The hallway in which the incident occurred is not accessible by the media.
The Clippers and Warriors have had a contentious relationship for a couple of seasons now, with games including technical fouls, ejections and testy exchanges. The teams even declined to attend a pregame chapel together earlier this season.
"It's not really Blake Griffin; it's all Chris Paul for real," Speights told USA Today. "Chris Paul starts all of that stuff. Before Chris Paul came here, the team was not like that. It's just two teams going hard at each other."