Rocket Guard James Harden was fined $ 25,000 for public criticism of a court hearing after losing X'stone to Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday, according to the League of Hardens.
Harden was called up to four fouls of Thursday's loss at Staples Center, including a challenge that disqualified him from playing 1:24 on the left and missiles lagging behind six points. This call was made by referee Michael Smith, but it was Foster, the crew chief who was the target of Harden's anger.
"Scott Foster, man. I have never talked about a ministry or something like that, but just rude and arrogant," said Harden, who finished with 30 points to continue his series of performances by 30 points to 32 games, the second longest in NBA history. "I mean, you are not able to talk to him throughout the game, and this is how how do you build these relationships with officials? And this is not even a challenge [on the sixth foul]. It's just who he is on this
"It's very unpleasant, and I'll probably get a kick [with a fine] but honestly I'm not saying anything. I'm a pretty quiet guy for myself, but that's one of those things where You can not speak with someone who plays the game. You get the technique. It's pretty sad. "
Hardden decided to hold the Saturday war competition against " The Golden State of Warri "after he did not participate in the course, according to the source of ESPN Tim McMahon. in his neck.
This report uses Tim McMahon's information from ESPN