The Timberwolves received an fine of $250,000 for organising Pre-Training Camp Workouts In Miami

The Timberwolves received an fine of $250,000 for organising Pre-Training Camp Workouts In Miami ...

The NBA is the only player who plays with the team for informal workouts, but no one is afraid of the fact that the team's involvement is technically illegal.

With a lot of activities and activity, the Minnesota Timberwolves forgot about that last part of the summer, where their former owner recorded a pre-camp workout at Alex Rodriguezs home in Miami and had the entire staff on hand, posting photos of the work on social media. As such, these workouts are always framed as player organized example, LeBron Jamess yearly pre-camp workouts for the Lakers in Las Vegas or Terry Rozier, which the Hornets have at his home in Miami this off

On Monday, the league announced that the organization was fined $250,000 for delaying the rules for offseason workouts so flagrantly. It reminds other teams that they should keep their actions concealed.

The NBA announced that there were three related cases of this kind. pic.twitter.com/lnEYBLREib/eyba_show.pdf.

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That's a point not to do so publicly. I used to be an expert in the Hawks website and wrote, "Remember this the heck" that I made a point for a Q&A with Elton Brand, and where the whole team was at the same time. The Wolves learned the hard way that while everyone breaks these rules, it's not necessary for us to do so often.

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