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Bulls' Noah fined $15K for comments to refs


Posted Feb 4, 2014 5:19 PM - Updated Feb 4, 2014 7:00 PM

NEW YORK (AP) -- Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah has been fined by the NBA for yelling at the officials after he was ejected from a game at Sacramento.

The league announced the $15,000 penalty on Tuesday.

Noah received two technical fouls in less than three minutes during the third quarter of Chicago's 99-70 loss on Monday night. The All-Star gestured at the referees and yelled obscenities as he was escorted off the court at the 7:40 mark.

Noah apologized for his actions after the game.

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