NBA fines Nets, assistant David Vanterpool for interference against Wizards

By , 106.7 The Fan

The NBA has fined Brooklyn Nets assistant coach David Vanterpool $10,000 for interfering with live play in Wednesday's 119-118 victory over the Wizards.

With five minutes and 42 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, Vanterpool reached across the sideline and deflected a Spencer Dinwiddie pass to Kyle Kuzma, causing a turnover in the Nets' favor.

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The refs didn't notice Vanterpool interfering, so no punishment was meted out during the game. Brooklyn ultimately won by a point, 119-118.

In addition to fining Vanterpool, the NBA has fined the Brooklyn Nets organization $25,000 for the incident.

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