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    One of the strangest subplots of this NBA Playoffs has been the Mavericks bench being repeatedly fined. What is going on? On Sunday afternoon, the NBA announced that they were fining the Dallas Mavericks $100,000 for ‘violating league rules regarding bench decorum.’ This is the third time this postseason the team has been tagged for the same thing, with an escalating serious of fines that now total $175,000. This is a fine we don’t see often and it’s even more peculiar that the Mavericks have been hit for it so often in such a short period of time. The second time they were fined, after Game 7 against the Phoenix Suns, the league offered some specific details in the press release: On multiple occasions, several players and a member of the coaching staff stood for an extended period in the Mavericks’ team bench area, stood away from the team bench, and were on or encroaching upon the playing court during game action in the Mavericks’ 123-90 victory over the Phoenix Suns in Game 7 of their conference semifinal playoff series...
    Former Donald Trump National Security Advisor Michael Flynn on Tuesday complained about the United States Army concluding he violated the Constitution by accepting payment from the Russian government. "The Army has determined that in December 2015 you failed to obtain the necessary approval in accordance with Army Regulation (AR) 600-29 before accepting compensation from an entity substantially owned or controlled by a foreign government in violation of the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution. Specifically, the Emoluments Clause prohibits the receipt of such compensation unless Congress consents," the Army wrote to Flynn. The Army is seeking to recoup $38,557.06 from Flynn. "The Army has determined that you did not obtain the necessary approvals before engaging in employment activities with Russia Today (RT), a foreign government controlled entity. Specifically, between December 10-13, 2015, you traveled to Russia and spoke at a conference hosted by the Russian news agency Russia Today (RT). RT requested your participation, had control over the event, and paid for your roundtrip airfare, hotel accommodations, ground transportation, visa, and a speaker’s fee through Leading Authorities, Inc. (LAI). Between December...
    Under Italy’s Wuhan coronavirus vaccination mandate for those over the age of 50, a woman was fined for being unvaccinated but her relatives say she died 18 years ago. Maria Sedda, the woman who received the sanction from Italian authorities for being unvaccinated, disappeared in 2004 aged 37, but the fact she is legally dead did not stop the Sardinian municipality of Lula from sending a €100 (£84/$105) fine to her in the mail. Relatives of Ms Sedda have been forced to turn to a lawyer to help them tackle the bureaucratic error and, according to a report from the newspaper Il Giornale, they will likely have to produce a death certificate to have the fine waived. The fine, which came by registered mail, arrived in early March and was just one of the thousands of letters sent out by the Italian revenue agency to those not registered as being vaccinated since the policy was enacted earlier this year. A report in March noted at least 600,000 people were set to receive the initial fines for being unvaccinated, far below previous...
    Getty Sixers star Joel Embiid was fined $15,000 for semi-critical comments he made about the refs for their officiating in Game 4 vs. Toronto. Philadelphia 76ers head coach Doc Rivers was surprised to learn of Joel Embiid’s fine. He feigned ignorance when asked about it about 90 minutes prior to tip-off in Game 5. “Oh, Joel Embiid was fined? Wow,” Rivers told reporters. Embiid was docked $15,000 for semi-critical comments over the officiating in Game 4. The Sixers’ star playfully insinuated that the NBA was trying to force a longer series and even doled out a hearty golf clap for the refs as he left the court in Toronto. It was funny to everyone – except those stuffy higher ups in New York City. Joel Embiid gave the refs a sarcastic 'golf clap' after the Sixers' Game 4 loss. ???? (????️: @NBCSPhilly)pic.twitter.com/QioUXpob8v — theScore (@theScore) April 23, 2022 The irony wasn’t lost on Rivers who carefully navigated his response, although he did point out the hypocrisy of it all. Raptors head coach Nick Nurse has been mercilessly begging...
    Taylor Swift short film has fans excited for her Red redo This 1638 House Is the Oldest For Sale in America © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Saints coach Sean Payton is one of three people who is no longer on the NFL’s competition committee as of this week, but he’s not saying why. Asked about the competition committee today, Payton said it was the right time, and that he wouldn’t go into more details. “I’ll leave it at that so I don’t get fined,” Payton said, via Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football. Payton left the committee along with Packers president Mark Murphy and Broncos president of football operations John Elway. Newcomers on the committee are Bengals Executive Vice President Katie Blackburn, Colts coach Frank Reich, Titans coach Mike Vrabel and Dolphins General Manager Chris Grier. Sean Payton suggests he can’t explain leaving competition committee without getting fined originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    The 25 best Julia Roberts films When Social Security Runs Out: What the Program Will Look Like in 2035 © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Buccaneers linebacker Devin White will lose a large chunk of salary, as a result of separate fouls committed in Tampa Bay’s Week Eight loss to the Saints. Via NFL Media, the league fined White both for the horse-collar tackle that resulted in a torn ACL for Saints quarterback Jameis Winston. White also was fined for taunting. The taunting foul will cost White $10,300, and the unnecessary roughness infraction from the horse-collar foul has triggered another $15,450. That’s a total of $25,750 in fines for White. He has the right to appeal both fines. As to the tackle that ended Winston’s season, it’s hard to imagine White getting any relief. It was a classic horse-collar tackle, a maneuver that the league made illegal in 2005. Over the years, the NFL has expanded the definition of what constitutes a horse-collar tackle, in order to promote the health...
    Welcome to the Tuesday episode of “The David Hookstead Show.” On today’s episode, we’re talking about former Raiders head coach Jon Gruden resigning, he called President Joe Biden a “nervous clueless pu**y” in 2012, Super Bowl halftime performers Eminem and Dr. Dre’s histories are questioned amid the scandal, Baker Mayfield’s wife defends him from criticism after losing to the Chargers, Ed Orgeron addresses his job security, Texas A&M gets fined $100,000 for fans rushing the field and a man was shot and killed over an argument about Alabama football. Let’s dive in! TOPICS: The Raiders Officially Announce Jon Gruden’s Fate After Old Emails Surface. How Will Fans React? Jon Gruden Called President Joe Biden A ‘Nervous Clueless Pu**y’ The Performers For This Year’s Super Bowl Halftime Show Abused Women And Sing About Killing People, But Jon Gruden Is Cancelled ‘Wake Up’: Baker Mayfield’s Wife Goes After His Critics, But Is She Only Making The Situation Worse? ‘Nobody’s Told Me…’: LSU Coach Ed Orgeron Addresses His Job Security Texas A&M Gets Hit With Gigantic Fine For Fans Storming The...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Los Angeles Clippers star Paul George was fined $35,000 on Friday for saying conversations with referees are “just a bunch of lies” while questioning why more fouls weren’t called against Dallas in LA’s 105-89 loss to the Mavericks. George said after Wednesday’s game that it was “insane” the Clippers weren’t getting to the free throw line more on drives to the basket, then was asked what conversations with officials are like when players don’t think they’re getting the calls. “Just a bunch of lies,” George said. “Can’t go too much further than that. It’s a bunch of lies. They know what’s going on.” George scored 28 points, but the Clippers shot just 42% in their second game with fewer than 90 points. The other was a 124-73 loss to the Mavericks in LA in December when Dallas set an NBA record with a 50-point halftime lead (77-27). The latest loss to Dallas came two days after a 109-99 victory for the Clippers in the first of consecutive games in Dallas between the Western Conference first-round...
    The NBA is not going to be happy with Donovan Mitchell, who said the refs “screwed” the Jazz in an overtime loss to the 76ers. Donovan Mitchell was not having it on Wednesday night. Embiid was begging for Spida to get a tech and then he got ejected ???? pic.twitter.com/4pkoKwuLWQ — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 4, 2021 Mitchell was furious on his way off the court, and he didn’t cool off before talking to the media. A fine is coming to him for sure. If there’s one the NBA doesn’t want players to do, it’s publicly call out the officials. Sometimes the refs deserve it. Sometimes a fine is worth all the trouble. Mitchell has to hope it gets better or do a better job reacting to calls that frustrate him. On the night, Mitchell put up 33 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists, and a steal. Utah fell to 27-9 but still lead the NBA. Next: Elijah Millsap Accuses Jazz Exec Of Racist Language
    In the wake of being fined for living it up maskless in a London house party, the indignant and unrepentant estranged wife of Manchester United soccer star Riyad Mahrez has launched an OnlyFans account to capitalize on her moment of infamy by hawking racy pictures of herself. This from a woman detractors have slammed as just another “Covidioit,” but who insists that she was only fined for “being too hot.” A Kim Kardashian doppelganger, the mother of Riyad Mahrez’s two children, and now an OnlyFans model, the 28-year-old Rita Johal was caught violating COVID lockdown rules and summarily fined along with at least 10 other people in a London apartment on Friday night, the Daily Mail reports. Cell phone video caught the dramatic scene as London cops busted the maskless partiers, including Riyad Mahrez’s ex-wife–turned OnlyFans model, who was slapped with a $280 fine. [A]s the officers continue to quiz the guests, Rita goes on a bizarre rant and asks the police: ‘Don’t you guys like to party anymore?’ Estranged wife of Premier League star Riyad Mahrez says she...
    The sting of a fine will hurt a little less for Antoine Winfield Jr. with the shine of the Lombardi Trophy still plenty bright. The Buccaneers rookie safety was docked $7,815 for throwing up a peace sign at Tyreek Hill after making a late stop in Super Bowl 2021, according to NFL Network — the same sign the Chiefs receiver had flashed at Winfield Jr. on a touchdown during their regular-season matchup. Hill did not appear to be fined for the Week 12 peace sign — though he has been fined $10,527 for the same motion in the past — but it’s doubtful that Winfield Jr. has any regrets about his slightly lighter wallet after getting revenge on the way to the a Super Bowl win. “It’s something I had to do,” Winfield Jr. said after the game last Sunday. “When we played earlier, he back-flipped in front of my face and gave me the peace sign. So it was only right that I gave him the peace sign back to him. It felt amazing to do that. I’m not...
    More On: super bowl 2021 Daughter of Lombardi Trophy designer wants apology from Tom Brady Tom Brady is officially done partying Tom Brady’s intriguing Super Bowl trash talk staying an NFL secret Tom Brady to undergo knee surgery after Super Bowl win The sting of a fine will hurt a little less for Antoine Winfield Jr. with the shine of the Lombardi Trophy still plenty bright. The Buccaneers rookie safety was docked $7,815 for throwing up a peace sign at Tyreek Hill after making a late stop in Super Bowl 2021, according to NFL Network — the same sign the Chiefs receiver had flashed at Winfield Jr. on a touchdown during their regular-season matchup. Hill did not appear to be fined for the Week 12 peace sign — though he has been fined $10,527 for the same motion in the past — but it’s doubtful that Winfield Jr. has any regrets about his slightly lighter wallet after getting revenge on the way to the a Super Bowl win. “It’s something I had to do,” Winfield Jr. said after the...
    Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving spoke to reporters for the first time on Monday since violating the NBA’s requirement that players be available to the media, which landed him and the team a $25,000 fine last week.  Irving reiterated that his decision to remain silent was a matter of focus.  GIANNIS ANTETOKOUNMPO AGREES TO RECORD DEAL WITH BUCKS: ‘THIS IS MY CITY’ "The focus is on what's going on in here," he said, via ESPN. "And I wanted to make sure that was clear, no distractions, nothing about dispelling anything, nothing about going back and forth." Irving has had a complicated relationship with the media and was nearly fined by the NBA last season for not speaking as obligated while sidelined by a shoulder injury. Not much has changed during the preseason, and Irving was fined $25,000 on Thursday for refusing to participate in team media availability on several occasions. CLICK HERE TO GET MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM He addressed the situation in a statement through his publicist the following day. “I am committed to show up to work...
    Seven Raiders defensive players were expected to be removed from the COVID-19 reserve list  and need only to test negative one more time to be available to face the Kansas City Sunday night.. Safety Johnathan Abram, defensive tackle Maliek Collins, defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins, cornerback Isaiah Johnson, defensive end Arden Key, defensive end/tackle Kendal Vickers and defensive end David Irving tested negative Saturday are in line to play as the Raiders (6-3, 3-0 in the AFC West host the Kansas City Chiefs (8-1, 2-2) The last step is a negative test on game day, which seems likely given they’ve tested negative all week and have have been in isolation. Irving is on the practice squad but expected to be promoted to the 53-man roster on game day. The seven players missed practice all week for contact tracing purposes after defensive end Clelin Ferrell had a positive test. Nickel corner Lamarcus Joyner was taken off the COVID-19 list Friday and should also face the Chiefs. Players not expected to be available while on the COVID-19 reserve...
    C.J. Gardner-Johnson was punched by Javon Wims, and fined to boot Wims was suspended for two games, as he initiated the conflict and threw punches. The officials rightfully ejected Wims from the game, regardless of what he claims Gardner-Johnson did to deserve such treatment. Gardner-Johnson has a history of on-field issues like these. Earlier this season, Gardner-Johnson got into a spat with Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas, of which the Pro Bowl wide receiver was dissuaded from playing as a result of. While the video doesn’t suggest Gardner-Johnson was at fault for the confrontation, he’s not exactly innocent, either. The CB taunted Wims and pulled out his mouthguard just a few plays prior. Unbeknownst to him, Wims would react like a madman and try to start a brawl during a football game.Gardner-Johnson got a slap on the wrist in comparisonHis fine is unlikely to break the bank, at least in professional football player terms. Saints safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson was fined $5,128 for unsportsmanlike conduct last week against the Bears, per source. — Amie Just (@Amie_Just) November 7, 2020 ...
    CONOR McGREGOR revealed he regrets not getting 'DQ’d and fined' for giving Floyd Mayweather a 'good boot into the neck'. McGregor was beaten in his first professional boxing match by American legend Floyd Mayweather in 2017. 4Conor McGregor regrets not getting 'DQ’d and fined' for giving Floyd Mayweather a 'good boot into the neck'Credit: Reuters Despite early success, the UFC star slowed down as the fight progressed, with Mayweather, 43, winning by tenth round stoppage. Ahead of McGregor's impending move back into the boxing ring against Manny Pacquiao, he boasted about proving doubters wrong on his debut. The 32-year-old uploaded a picture of himself landing a left hand on Mayweather, and wrote: "The very first shot of the fight. "Right on the button through the guard. I didn’t even put anything into that shot. Just placed it.  "It was hard for me not to dwell on the full 12 rounds that were potentially ahead of me and hold back my shots early. "Still tho right on the absolute button. The first punch thrown. Remember the experts...
    Veteran quarterback Joe Flacco (neck) has practiced fully all week, but Jets coach Adam Gase still hasn’t officially committed to the Super Bowl-winning former Raven as Sam Darnold’s backup against the Colts. Gase will continue to wear a mask on the sidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19, after multiple coaches and teams were heavily fined for not doing so in the first two weeks. “There was a suggestion by our starting quarterback [Darnold] that maybe I needed to pull it down sometimes when I was calling plays, and I’m glad I didn’t,” Gase said. “That was something in the first game, I was just like, ‘Hey, just tell me if I’m not clear, like if something does not come across.’ But that was one that I’d rather not get fined $100,000. That would not go over well.” Rookie running back La’Mical Perine, on working with 16-year veteran Frank Gore: “It’s an honor. I tell him that every day. I’m walking right beside him and hearing things, and he’s pretty much teaching me. I love the way he carries...
    Draymond Green, #23, Golden State Warriors,(Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) The Golden State Warrior was fined for tampering after talking about Devin Booker When it comes to NBA commissioner Adam Silver, he has no problem with players taking on analyst roles during their offseason. But if there’s one thing you can’t do, it’s saying another player should leave their respective team. Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green learned that lesson the hard way on Sunday morning. After serving as an in-studio candidate on TNT’s “Inside the NBA,” Green discussed the strong play of Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker inside the Walt Disney World bubble. In the process, Green said Booker needs to go to another team and get out of Phoenix. Not even a full 24 hours later, and Green was handed a $50,000 fine for tampering. What was Green’s response? Well, he was quite amused, actually. Draymonds reaction to being fined $50,000 for tampering. ➡️ https://t.co/QAItuizjns pic.twitter.com/RfAqVOEwW7 — Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) August 9, 2020 Green knew the fine was coming, so he’s not surprisedAfter making the Booker comments, host...
    A MAN who flouted coronavirus laws by getting a £30 haircut when he was supposed to be isolating has been handed the biggest-ever lockdown fine. Gareth Le Monnier, 37, has been ordered to pay £6,000 after he visited Toni & Guy and went to a Waitrose cafe and a toy shop while he was supposed to be self-isolating. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2A man who visited Toni & Guy while he was meant to be self-isolating has been fined a whopping £6kCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 2Gareth Le Monnier was ordered not to leave his home for a fortnight, but flouted the rulesCredit: Getty Images - Getty He had travelled from his home in Jersey to see his wife in Guernsey on July 13 - and was ordered not to leave his home for 14 days. But he made the trip out just hours before his quarantine was due to end. He was caught out when officials visited his wife’s home - and found he wasn't there. Officers were unable to...
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