Last night, centers Joakim Noah of the Chicago Bulls and Kendrick Perkins of the Oklahoma City Thunder exchanged heated words in the Thunder’s locker room after they beat Chicago 107-95.
Right after the game ended, Oklahoma City guard and former Bull Thabo Sefolosha entered Chicago’s locker room to speak with Noah and other team personnel.
According to YouWager experts just a few minutes later, Sefolosha brought Noah into the Oklahoma’s locker room, which was still filled with reporters waiting to speak with Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.
Perkins wasn’t happy about this and immediately lashed out at Noah’s presence before chasing him out of the locker room.
The two players crossed paths again outside the locker room. Things heated up even more as Noah walked toward the Bulls’ bus, however that’s were things ended.
The Bulls have an open-door policy regarding former players visiting the locker room, and players come and go frequently. But, Judging from last night’s exchange it doesn’t seem that a similar policy exists with Oklahoma City’s NBA team.