Iverson angered by calls during loss to Bulls

NEW YORK -- Allen Iverson was fined $10,000 by the NBA on
Tuesday for a heated exchange the Philadelphia guard had with an
official following the 76ers' loss to the Chicago Bulls on

Iverson, upset about calls, challenged referee Marc Davis after
the 94-88 loss. Iverson had to be restrained by teammates, and a
few minutes later was seen heading in the direction of the
referees' dressing room before general manager Billy King
interceded and calmed him down.

At practice on Monday, Iverson said he expected to be fined or
suspended for his comments to Davis.

"From the history of it, I suspect something will happen to
me," said Iverson, who did not practice with the team because of a
thumb injury. "I would not be surprised if they decide I was wrong
and should be punished."