The Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets engaged in one of the NBA's first major physical altercations of the 2012-2013 season. Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo wasn't afraid to confront the much larger and stronger Kris Humphries, and after his initial attack, several other players stepped in to assist their respective teammates. Rondo was ultimately suspended for two games for igniting the brawl while there were fines handed out to others who were involved.

Kris Humphries may have taken the worst punishment of the two as he tweeted a photo of his injuries after the game. The Nets' power forward had a few gashes on his left shoulder but no really serious injuries. He added a comical caption to the photos, rhetorically asking "Anyone know where I can get a quick Tetanus shot in Boston?"

The Nets and Celtics go up against each other once again this season - the next game between the two coming on Christmas Day in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center, where it has already proven to be a hostile environment. It will be interesting to see if any grudges are still held when the teams clash on December 25th.