NBA. Player makes obscene gesture to fan in the middle of the game; was sanctioned

The NBA fined this Friday with $ 15,000 forward for the Washington Wizards Kyle kuzma for "directing an obscene gesture towards a fan" in the last

The fined this Friday with $ 15,000 forward for the Kyle for “directing an obscene gesture towards a fan” in the last quarter of Wednesday’s victory over the Detroit Pistons.

KuzmaThe 26-year-old hit a 3-pointer from the corner with 9 minutes and 34 seconds remaining, turned around and showed his middle finger to a fan at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan.

Once the game went into extra time, the forward hit another triple with six tenths of a second left that gave Washington the victory 119-116. The former Lakers player He celebrated with a salute to the public in his home state of Michigan.

“I had to tell them that they should go, that it was time to go,” he said after the game.

The forward, which ended with 26 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists, he’s averaging 13.4 points and 8.3 rebounds per game in its first season in Washington.

Kuzma played his first four seasons in the NBA in the Lakers but this past July he was included in the trade in which the Wizards sent Russell westbrook to the Angels.

The NBA also fined this Friday with $ 25,000 to the escort of the Memphis Grizzlies Dillon Brooks for “aggressively confronting a referee” and refusing to leave the court when he was sent off from Wednesday’s game against the Dallas Mavericks.

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