The New Jersey Nets have been punished with $50,000 for Nets minority owner Jay-Z’s company in the Kentucky locker room after the Wildcats qualified for the Final Four, according to sources and some pictures spread through the internet. Vegas odds.
Word circulated around the NBA Friday that the NJNets were fined for disobeying league rules that forbid get in touch with players who still have collegiate basketball eligibility remaining.
The NBA’s investigation was activated by a video displaying music rapper and entrepreneur Jay-Z visiting with various Kentucky players in their locker room at Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., after the Wildcats’ quarterfinal victory over the Tar Heels.
Though the conditions of the visit seemed risk-free enough, with Kentucky players clearly more excited about meeting a world-famous rap magnate as opposed to a part-time NBA team executive, Nets officials were expecting a fine based on what occurred to Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge back in 2007. Betting lines.
Boston was fined $30,000 that year for “excessive contact with the family” after Ainge was spotted sitting next to Kevin Durant’s mother at the Big 12 tournament. Sports scores.
According to NBA rules, team executives are not allowed to congregate with NCAA players before the NBA Draft as it interrupts
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