Brooklyn Nets fined $100,000

NEW YORK – The NBA announced today that the Brooklyn Nets organization has been fined $100,000 for violating the league’s Player Participation Policy in connection with the team’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks on December 27 at Barclays Center.

Following an investigation, including review by an independent physician, the NBA determined that four Nets rotation players, who did not participate in the game, could have played under the medical standard in the Player Participation Policy, which was adopted prior to this season.  The organization’s conduct violated the Policy, which is intended to promote player participation in the NBA’s 82-game season.