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Doc Rivers ejected after son T's him up in Clippers' loss to Rockets

HOUSTON - Arms waving, voice straining, Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers was halfway down Toyota Center's sideline late in Wednesday night's fourth quarter, demanding a word from the officiating crew.

As his father grew irate, and the volume rose inside the arena, Houston guard Austin Rivers began making his own case to referee Tony Brothers.

"Get him," he said, making the hand signal for a technical foul.

Doc Rivers never did get his explanation why the two timeouts that officials said

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