Brooklyn: Durant fined

The stars are not spared. After that of the Atlanta Hawks, namely Trae Young, for a contact deemed illegal on the referee of one of his last meetings, this time, it is one of those of the Brooklyn Nets who did not not been missed by the NBA. Indeed, the prestigious Basketball League has announced a decision to impose a fine totaling $ 25,000 on Kevin Durant, for throwing a ball in the stands. A reprehensible action which occurred no later than this Friday evening, in his den at Barclays Center Arena, located in the borough of Brooklyn, on the New York side. That same day, the Brooklyn Nets then welcomed the Indiana Pacers franchise, for, in the end, a positive result and a third victory, in six games already played, on the score of 105 to 98.

Durant should have been kicked out for his action

During this famous meeting, the main interested had finished with a double-double in the key and personal statistics of 22 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists, in 37 minutes spent on the floor. Which then made him the second best scorer in his franchise and the third best scorer of this meeting. But while there were 4 minutes 40 left to play in the third and penultimate quarter, Kevin Durant had been penalized with a foul, but instead of giving the ball to the referee of this match, he preferred to throw it in the stands.

At that point, his gesture should have earned him an expulsion, from the principal official of the day, namely Sean Wright, but it ultimately did not. The game was then able to resume and with Kevin Durant. After six games played in this brand new NBA regular season, the Brooklyn Nets have a record of three wins and also three losses.

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