The fine was announced Tuesday by Stu Jackson, the NBA's senior vice president of basketball operations.
"It is what it is. I was wrong for what I did," Bowen said before the Spurs played the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night. "The league has a decision on that. I have to deal with the consequences of my actions, and I do. I accept the consequences that come."
"It's just dirty basketball. It's plain, outright, dirty basketball," Allen said following the game. "You guys have chronicled our battles over the last couple of years and I don't mind the competition, someone going at me on both ends of the floor. ... But when guys start throwing elbows and kick you when
you're down, that's dirty basketball and I don't respect guys like that."
Afterward, Bowen was apologetic, admitting it was a mistake.
"I did what I did and I'm sorry for that," he said.