The NBA fined Heat guard Gerald Green $25,000 for making menacing gestures on the playing court in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's 110-105 win over the Washington Wizards at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Green, who scored 28 points off the bench to rally the Heat, made trigger and throat-slash gestures after hitting a pair of three-pointers with 5:33 and 5:12 remaining in the game (see the video below).
Gerald Green's shooting celebration pic.twitter.com/FjTdAHxSIl— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) October 22, 2015
Green signed a one-year, $1.36 million deal with Miami in the summer. Essentially, the $25,000 fine is about one and half games worth of pay for Green.