Paul George, Marcus Morris fined for shoving incident

Game over doesn't stop Pacers, Pistons from scuffling (1:13)

With the game coming to a close, Paul George tries to swipe the ball from Marcus Morris and the two get into a scuffle, resulting in both benches rushing the court. (1:13)

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NBA fined Indiana Pacers forward Paul George and Detroit Pistons forward Marcus Morris on Monday for their roles in a shoving match late in Saturday night's game in Indianapolis.

Morris was fined $15,000 after initially shoving George. The Pacers' two-time All-Star was fined $10,000 for retaliating.

Teammates of both players met at midcourt as they tried to pull the players apart.

George has been fined three times by the league since October and has paid an additional $13,000 for six technical fouls, costing him approximately $68,000.