The dust has settled on Friday’s kerfuffle between the Los Angeles Lakers and Milwaukee Bucks. The league brought the hammer down on Sunday, fining Bucks big man Greg Monroe $35,000 for his role in the scuffle. The NBA also fined Lakers guards Nick Young and D’Angelo Russel $25,000 and $15,000, respectively.
The incident occurred during the third quarter of Milwaukee’s 107-103 victory over the Lakers. Following a hard foul, the teams got in each others faces and a shoving match ensued.
Young was fined for shoving Malcolm Brogdon, who had committed the foul on the Lakers wing. Monroe to protect Brogdon, going after Young. Russell earned his fine by going at Monroe.
Monroe and Russell were assessed double technicals and ejected. Young received a technical, his second of the night, and was also ejected.
No fine has been assessed for Lakers rookie Brandon Ingram, who came flying into the scrap much to the delight of Twitter. Lakers coach Luke Walton, said after the game that a Bucks assistant had touched one of his players. Neither Walton nor the staffer was fined.