Page 2 unearths more fines for NBA owners
Hilarious-mustache enthusiast Michael Jordan was fined $100,000 by the NBA for comments to an Australian newspaper in which he mentioned Milwaukee Bucks center Andrew Bogut and the NBA lockout.
Although a hundred grand is just a drop in the bucket for "His Airness," the fine shows the league isn't messing around. Owners can be fined up to a million dollars for saying anything player- or lockout-related during the work stoppage, and a handful of recent violations unearthed by Page ...
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