NBA fines Grizzlies’ Brooks $35K for shoving camera particular person

NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA fined Memphis Grizzlies guard-forward Dillon Brooks $35,000 on Friday for shoving a digicam person on the sideline following chasing a free ball in a decline in Miami.

Joe Dumars, the NBA’s government vice president and head of basketball functions, declared the good.

Brooks shoved the man or woman with 2:40 still left in the next quarter of Memphis’ 138-119 loss in Miami to the Heat on Wednesday night.

Brooks was suspended for Memphis’ 135-129 loss at the Los Angeles Clippers on March 5 soon after choosing up his 16th technical of the time in a loss at Denver two days previously.

The Grizzlies wrap up a 3-activity street swing Friday night time at the San Antonio Spurs.


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