A fan dumped popcorn as an injured Russell Westbrook walked towards the locker room, prompting criticism from Westbrook and his Washington Wizards teammates.
"To be completely honest, this s--- is getting out of hand, especially for me. The amount of disrespect, the amount of fans just doing whatever the f--- they want to do -- it's just out of pocket," said Westbrook, who injured his ankle. "There are certain things that cross the line. Any other setting ... a guy were to come up on the street and pour popcorn on my head, you know what happens.
"In these arenas, you got to start protecting the players. We'll see what the NBA does."
The fan was ejected after the incident, which occurred during the Wizards 120-95 loss to the Sixers in Game 2.
Scott Brooks hoped that the fan would be banned from attending NBA games.
"Very disrespectful. Philadelphia is better than that," added Brooks.
Westbrook's status for Game 3 is undetermined.