Suns Jared Dudley, Wizards’ Brandon Jennings each fined $35,000 by NBA for altercation
It’s a fairly steep fine, but either of these guys could have been suspended a game for their actions so there shouldn’t be much complaining.
Phoenix’s Jared Dudley and Washington’s Brandon Jennings each got a $35,000 fine for their part in a recent incident between their teams. Dudley’s fine was for making contact with Jason Smith, while Jennings got his for “making menacing gestures on the playing court,” which is code for he shaped his hand like a gun and pointed it at Dudley.
You can see the incident above. It started when Smith was called for an offensive foul as he laid out Phoenix’s Tyler Ulis on a screen. Dudley took exception to the hard foul, ran across the floor get in Smith’s face, headbutting Smith when he arrived. This led to a bit of a scuffle, where Jennings made a very obvious gun and shooting gesture with his hand.
At the time, both were ejected from the game. Now they get to write some checks, too.