HoopsHype Fines rumors

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The attorney, Maxwell M. Blecher, also wrote that Sterling doesn't warrant "any punishment at all" for his racist comments that were recorded in a conversation with a female friend and made public. Blecher, a well-known antitrust attorney, also contends that the fine violates Sterling's due process rights and said the matter will need to settled in court. [...] Blecher is one of Sterling's longtime lawyers and represented Sterling in 1982 when the Clippers were planning to move from San Diego to Los Angeles. USA Today Sports

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“I want to apologize to my fans and the organization,” Randolph said. “This was totally unexpected. I wasn’t even thinking about that play. Normally, if you do something in a game like get a technical or get into something, you think about it all night. I didn’t think about it. I was just upset about the loss. Not being able to play in Game 7 never crossed my mind.” Memphis Commercial Appeal

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Late in the second quarter of Game 6 between the Pacers and the Hawks, George Hill and Mike Scott got into a bit of an altercation after getting tangled up on the baseline. Scott easily could have been ejected for the mush to Hill’s face that was followed up with what certainly could be interpreted as a swing (and a miss) with the right hand. Instead, only double technical fouls were issued. NBCSports.com

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