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Basketball Betting: Noah gets $15,000 fine for profanity-laced tirade
By Andrew Scott Monday, 17 February 2014 11:05
Joakim Noah was given a $15,000 fine after swearing at officials during the Chicago Bulls’ 99-70 loss on Monday night to the Sacramento Kings. Basketball betting fans saw the player’s reaction and were shocked, to say the least.
Pay per head sportsbooks and basketball betting fans saw that Noah, who in the third quarter was automatically ejected after receiving his second technical foul, unleashed a profanity-laced tirade on the game’s three referees, pointing individually at each and screaming “F— you!” before being escorted off the floor.
Noah – a favourite with fans all over the world that follow the NBA and European basketball odds – apologised for his actions after the game, which was Sacramento’s first win in eight games.
“I’m really disappointed,” Noah said. “I shouldn’t have acted that way. I apologize. I’m sorry to all three referees out there. They’re out there trying to do their jobs, and I should never have said the things that I said.”
Noah, who less than three minutes earlier picked up his first technical foul, earned the second one after reacting to a foul call, leaving many of the Bull’s basketball betting fans very upset.
“I hope they accept my apology, and I hope I can move on from this,” he said.
And pay per head sportsbooks seriously hope that he will move on.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that the All-Star center’s actions came in the middle of one of the worst performances made this season by the Bulls, and many of the team’s fans, especially those that follow the NBA and European basketball odds, were not very happy at all. Price per head services and basketball betting fans saw that they were only able to shoot 28.2 percent from the field, and the player admitted to being upset with the way that the game was going.
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“Yeah, I think I was just frustrated with the game,” he said. “You gotta give Sacramento a lot of credit. They played really well, they deserve to win and we’ve got to step it up, but I think I was just frustrated with the way the game was going. I was frustrated with the call, but it doesn’t give me the right to do what I did. I deserved to get ejected, and it was just a bad decision on my part.”