Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Kyrie Irving fined $25K for throwing ball into stands

Kyrie Irving fined $25K for throwing ball into stands

Jamal Murray had a game to remember on Monday night after the Boston Celtics could do nothing to stop him on the court as he poured in 48 points in a 115-107 victory.

- Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for throwing a basketball into the stands after a game.

To be fair to Irving, he praised Murray's performance, and after the game, veterans on Murray's team gave him a talking to about taking that final shot. "He did it in a great fashion".

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"I mean, what kind of competitor wouldn't it bother?" He made us pay in certain instances, making some tough shots and some tough layups.

Most players don't get many opportunities to put a 50 in the box score, so the 22-year-old Murray decided to make the most of his chance as the clock wound down.

Reaction to Irving's actions and comments have been mixed: Jalen Rose thought the Celtics guard should've anxious more about playing defense, while Max Kellerman thought he was being a poor sport. "I think my emotion took over, as it normally does when I get going like that", Murray said, via NBC Sports Boston.

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"But the ball deserves to go in the crowd after a bulls**t move like that". Murray was at a career-high 48 points when he launched the deep, uncontested 3, presumably to go above the elusive 50-point mark.

"I really wasn't meaning no disrespect". I just had it in my mind I was going for 50. I know half the team over there, so no hard feelings. But if you ask us, both were in the wrong: Murray probably should've just taken his 48 points and left it at that, and Irving's reaction was a bit over the top.

Kyrie Irving was not happy Monday night.

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