The NBA issued a third fine on the Dallas Mavericks to stop taunting and other infractions by their bench players. This time the penalty is $100.000.
The sanction refers to the bad behavior that Dallas had in Friday's game against the Golden State Warriors.
"On multiple occasions, multiple players and a member of the coaching staff were on their feet ... walked away from the bench and onto the playing field or invaded it during game action," Byron Spruell, president of football operations, said in a statement. NBA.
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The Texan team had already received fines for similar acts during the previous tie against the Phoenix Suns. So from 25 and 50 thousand dollars.
On those occasions, several players assured that they were only trying to encourage their teammates on the court and rejected the sanctions.