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Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
The NBA handed Washington assistant coach Sidney Lowe a $5,000 fine and the Wizards' organization a $15,000 fine for Lowe standing on court and "potentially impacting game action" during Washington's 113-110 win over the Knicks.
Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
The NBA Last 2 Minute Report says Washington should've been assessed a technical foul for assistant Sidney Lowe being on the floor, something Courtney Lee said affected his decision to take a potential game-tying 3 because he says Lowe shouted out as if he was a help defender in the vicinity with 7.6 seconds left. "WAS assistant coach stands on the floor close to Lee (NYK) for several seconds and should have been assessed a technical foul," the report states. The L2M, though, also states that Lee moved his pivot foot with 5.2 seconds left before driving and should've been called for traveling.
The NBA said Wizards assistant Sidney Lowe should have been T'd up for being on the floor in the final seconds Thursday night and fined him $5,000 for potentially affecting the game.
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