NBA News: Nets-Star Kyrie Irving gets fine after Pöbelei against Cavs fans
NBA has pronounced a fine of $25,000 against Kyrie Irving after the Brooklyn Nets Point Guard had bubbled against a fan of Cleveland Cavaliers with obscene language. An assistant coach of the Nets must pay a fine.
During the 107: 114 bankruptcy of the Nets last Monday, Irving got into a verbal exchange with the CARS fans on the side line. The interim calls of the home fans replied the 29-year-old: I have given you a championship and you are still ungrateful, garnished with a swear word.
Irving now received the fine of the league. The seven-time all-star spent the first six years of his career in Cleveland, together with LeBron James, he led the Cars 2016 to the Championship. In game 7 of the finals against the Golden State Warriors it was Irving, who sank the clutch-threesome to victory.
In the complete Finals 2016, he put on average 27.1 points and 3.9 assists. His relationship with the CARS fans is still difficult after he forced his finish in the summer of 2017.
At the Nets Irving earns $34.9 million in the current season, the fine will only meet him conditionally.
Next to Kylie, the NBA also asked Nets-Assistant coach David Interpol to check out. The 48-year-old must be $10,000 sheets for an action during the narrow victory against the Wizards as he deliberately distracted a passport of opponent with his hand.
The scene caused great vortex. Kyle Burma, who was awarded by this scene a turnover, complained intensively to the referees that left the game. None of the refs saw the action, it said later. The play was nonsense, Burma complained later, Wizards-Interim coach Joseph Blair described his reaction to the play as complete detectionlessness.
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The action occurred in the middle of the fourth quarter than the Nets with 109: 103 in the lead. Finally, Brooklyn also grabbed the victory in Washington, the guests left the parquet with 119: 118 as a winner.