DeMarcus Cousins is a little less rich.
The NBA has handed the All-Star center a $50,000 fine for directing inappropriate language towards fans on multiple occasions.
It’s fair to say that on both occasions, Cousins was being heckled by fans.
The first incident happened on March 5 following the Pelicans’ 105-97 win over the Lakers at Staples Center.
New Orleans Pelicans forward/center DeMarcus Cousins has been fined $50,000 for directing inappropriate language towards fans on separate occasions, it was announced today by Kiki VanDeWeghe, Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations. The incidents occurred during the Pelicans’ 105-97 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday, March 5 at Staples Center and at the conclusion of the Pelicans’ 88-83 loss to the Utah Jazz on Monday, March 6 at Vivint Smart Home Arena.
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As Morris was driving along the left elbow when the Nuggets came up to defend and slapped the ball away. Morris tried to flop, but instead brought his right foot up and connected with Plumlee right between the legs.
Plumlee, who was traded to the Nuggets from Portland last month, tried to get his hand down to protect himself, but was unable to block the shot. He did remain in the game and made one of the two subsequent free throws.
Morris had 11 points in 26 minutes before his ejection as the Wizards were paced by John Wall’s 30 points in the victory.
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