The Los Angeles Lakers and Milwaukee Bucks got in a scuffle on Friday night at Staples Center. The incident was a nasty one for sure and it resulted in a couple of players being thrown out of the game. After the game, Lakers coach Luke Walton wasn't a happy man.

It all escalated after Malcolm Brogdon of the Bucks fouled Nick Young on a layup attempt at the end of the third quarter. Young was quick to let Brogdon know what he thought of the foul on him, and Bucks center Greg Monroe immediately came to defend his teammate. A couple of Laker players reacted quickly as well, and it resulted in D'Angelo Russell of L.A.

pushing Monroe in the back, Monroe shoving Brandon Ingram, and an employee from the Bucks grabbing Ingram. Monroe and Russell were automatically thrown out of the game, while Young was handed a technical foul, but since it was his second tech of the game, he had to exit. Here is video footage of the incident:

Coach Walton was not happy at all

Los Angeles Lakers coach Luke Walton didn't back down in his press conference after the match. He thought that D'Angelo Russell shouldn't have been thrown out, indicating that Monroe's actions were much worse than Rusell's. Coach Walton was ''proud'' of his point guard Russell, not mad at him for pushing Monroe in the back.

Moreover, Walton didn't react well to seeing a Milwaukee Bucks employee getting to Brandon ingram. Here are postgame quotes by Walton, published on Twitter by Mark Medina of Los Angeles Daily News:

The Lakers ended up losing the game

The Los Angeles Lakers coached by Luke Walton eventually lost to the Milwaukee Bucks on their home floor at Staples Center.

The Bucks, who had an 83-73 lead at the moment of the incident, defeated the Lakers 117-113 in the end. The season series between the two teams now stands at 1-1, and is set to finish with that record as they won't be clashing against each other any more this season. It remains to be seen if Friday's game will have an impact on future games between these teams.