: "They don't like us and we don't like them," Hornets guard Baron Davis said. "That's just how it's going to be."
Harrington said no punches were thrown, but it was clear that plenty of animosity will carry over to their next game -- Feb. 17 at Indianapolis.
When told of Davis' comment, Harrington said, "Well, we don't like them neither. The NBA better bring all their best officiating crews and plenty of security, because it's going to be a war the next time we see them."
Davis complained that the Pacers were delivering cheap shots all game.
"That's how it's going to be every time we play them," Davis said. "People are going to fall, get elbowed, get cheap-shotted. If that's how they're going to play, that's how it's going to be from here on out."
That's just fine with Harrington.
"It's on now," Harrington said. "Every time we play them, it's going to be a very good basketball game."