NBA rumors: Mavs fined again for bench decorum

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Jason Anderson: Dallas Mavericks fined $25,000 for bad bench decorum. pic.twitter.com/BzPWNxvdmS

http://twitter.com/JandersonSacBee/status/1522669115860611073
Draymond Green: "I could’ve had a concussion or anything. If they’re gonna be that nasty, I can be nasty, too. I’m assuming the cheers were because they know I’ll get fined. Great. I make $25 million a year. I’ll be just fine.”
Nick Friedell: Jimmy on his $15k fine for celebrating with an "obscene gesture": "It's Spo's fault. It is. He always says to celebrate everybody else's success. Max went on a 10-0 run, I celebrate, and I get fined."   Will your celebrations change now?  "Hell no. Not changing for nothin'."
Bernie Lee: ………… pic.twitter.com/Xda7UsZoGS

http://twitter.com/BernieoLee/status/1519763160563081221
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