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New $75,000 Fine for Rudy Gobert

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A few months ago, the NBA fined Rudy Gobert $100,000 for making monetary gestures to referees and suggesting their decisions were influenced by sports betting. Today, the league again sanctioned the French center for similar conduct. This time, repeating the gesture earned him $75,000.

New $75,000 Fine for Rudy Gobert.

This scene occurred in the fourth game between Denver and Minnesota, when the center back was in foul trouble. An official statement called it “inappropriate and unprofessional conduct that calls into question the integrity of the competition and the referees.” His first two games were characterized by loose contact, but in the third game Jaden McDaniels and himself piled up his four fouls. This is the amount due to repetition.

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