Memphis Grizzlies' Dillon Brooks fined $35,000 by NBA for shoving camera person

Dillon Brooks was fined $35,000 by the NBA on Friday after he shoved a camera person during the Memphis Grizzlies' loss to the Miami Heat Wednesday.

NBA executive vice president Joe Dumars announced the fine for the "unsportsmanlike act of shoving a camera person on the sideline after pursuing a loose ball."

GIANNOTTO:Ja Morant got suspended and broke his silence on ESPN. Here's what we learned

MORANT RETURNS:Why Ja Morant's return to Memphis Grizzlies could provide a timely boost for postseason

In the second quarter, Brooks was chasing the ball when fell into the scorer's table. The replay showed Brooks using his left hand to push the camera person down after he stabilized himself. The camera person then fell backwards into the crowd.

This is the second time Brooks has been fined in his career. He was fined $25,000 in 2021 for "aggressively confronting a game official and failing to leave the court in a timely manner" after he was ejected in a loss to the Dallas Mavericks.

Brooks has also been suspended twice this season, both beings one-game absences. He was suspended after striking Cavaliers guard Donovan Mitchell in the groin, which led to an altercation, and also suspended after picking up his NBA-leading 16th technical foul.

This article originally appeared on Memphis Commercial Appeal: Grizzlies' Dillon Brooks fined $35,000 for shoving camera person