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NBA fines Thunder’s Schroder Sh2.5mn for run-in with ref

Oklahoma City Thunder guard, seen here in a December 14 game against Denver, has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for intentionally making contact with a game official in a win over the Charlotte Hornets © GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/AFP/File / MATTHEW STOCKMAN

NEW YORK, United States, Dec 29 – Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder has been fined Sh2.5mn ($25,000) for intentionally making contact with a game official, the NBA announced on Saturday.

The German player received a technical foul for the incident, which occurred with 1:20 remaining in the third quarter of Oklahoma City’s 104-102 overtime victory over the Hornets in Charlotte on Friday.

Schroder, irked that officials failed to call a foul on Charlotte’s Cody Zeller, batted the forearm of referee CJ Washington.

Schroder came off the bench to scored 24 points in the victory.

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