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Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Blake was fined $25,000 for shouting foul language toward a fan, the NBA announced. The verbal altercation happened with 29.2 seconds left in the Lakers' 105-95 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers last Friday at Staples Center. According to ESPNLosAngeles.com, a fan told Blake: "You need to knock down those open shots" and Blake fired back with a comment. He later continued the conversation after fouling out.
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Tweet Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Blake was fined $25,000 by the NBA Tuesday for inappropriate language towards a fan in the Lakers loss to the Clippers last week. The NBA has fined Lakers PG Steve Blake $25K for “directing inappropriate language toward a fan” Friday night, exec VP Stu Jackson says. — Ken Berger [...]
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ESPN: Steve Blake has been fined $25,000 for his role in a heated exchange with a fan during last Friday’s loss to the Clippers. According to ESPN, the incident began when a longtime Laker fan and season ticket holder told Blake, “you need to knock down some open shots.” If I ran the NBA this fan would be forced to beat Steve Blake in a three-point shooting contest in order...
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