Paul remained angry over the incident after the game, according to the Houston Chronicle's Jonathan Feigen.
Paul and Rondo were the impetus for the on-court fight, which broke out with four minutes left in the fourth quarter. Paul told ESPN that Rondo spat at him, something Rondo reportedly denied. As Paul was separated from the fracas by LeBron James, Brandon Ingram ran toward the scrum and threw a punch in Paul's direction.
Suspensions for the incident are sure to come Sunday, with the Rockets staying in Los Angeles to play the Clippers at night. NBA vice-president of basketball operations Kiki VanDeWeghe, who handles disciplinary matters for the league, happened to be in attendance Saturday, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.