Draymond Green given $50,000 tampering fine for Devin Booker comments

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"It's not good for his career", the Warriors forward said. Personally, I think all these tampering rules are pretty vague and it sucks that Draymond goes on TNT to talk about the game and is fined that much money for simply speaking his mind.

The NBA reported zero positive COVID-19 cases in the latest round of testing carried out at the league's "bubble" in Orlando, a statement said Wednesday.

Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green made a very costly guest appearance on TNT's Inside The NBA on Friday, as the controversial comments Green made about Suns guard Devin Booker have resulted in a $50,000 fine for tampering. He continued, "It's not good for him".

As announced prior to the start of the 2019-20 season, the National Basketball Association adopted stricter rules including salary-cap circumvention, free-agency timing and tampering - with a rule prohibiting player-to-player tampering.


Asked on-air if he was tampering, Green replied, "maybe". ". They gotta get Book out of Phoenix".

The NBA has decided that they were.

Booker, 23, is under contract with the Suns through the 2023-24 season after signing a five-year, $158 million extension in July 2018. Phoenix (31-39) is a half-game behind the Portland Trail Blazers (32-39) for the No. 9 seed in the Western Conference and a berth in the play-in game for the postseason.

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