New York Nike striker Julius Randell has apologized to fans for his gesture and gesture towards Boston.
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New York Kneaks forward Julius Randell has been fined $ 25,000 for using “offensive” language, according to the NBA website.
After training on January 5 and winning on January 6 at the Boston Celtics (winning the convention in New York 108’s 105), Randall made obscene remarks to journalists.
In Boston, Randell shouted at fans at the Madison Square Garden in the first half and commented on the invitation to shut down after the game.
He was punished for insulting an NBA star
The basketball player then apologized on Instagram.
“I understand that in my actions I represent the league, the club and the city, I have to behave differently and express myself more professionally and appropriately,” Randall wrote.
In 37 NBA games this season, Randle averaged 19.6 points, 4.9 assists and 10.1 rebounds.