Cam Thomas fined $40K for anti-gay remark all through interview

Brooklyn Nets guard Cam Thomas has been fined $forty,000 for using “derogatory and disparaging language” after Thursday’s win over the Chicago Bulls, the NBA introduced Friday.

Thomas was interviewed by TNT on the courtroom alongside new teammate Spencer Dinwiddie following the Nets’ 116-one zero five victory. Two days earlier, Dinwiddie had joked with the media inside the wake of the Kyrie Irving commerce with the Dallas Mavericks that whereas the Nets may not have acquired most possible the most proficient gamers inside the deal — which included Dorian Finney-Smith going to Brooklyn — they did get the “most interesting-trying.”

“And the Nets wished some assist in that division,” Dinwiddie mentioned.

requested by TNT about Dinwiddie’s remark, Thomas mentioned postgame Thursday evening time: “We already had good-trying guys, no homo.”

Thomas later took to social media to apologize for the remark.

“i would like to apologize for the insensitive phrase I used inside the postgame interview,” he tweeted. “i used to be excited regarding the win and was being playful. I positively did not intend to offend anyone, however discover that I most possible did. My apologies as quickly as extra. a lot love.”


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