NBA disciplines four after feisty night between Raptors, Heat

The NBA has suspended Heat forward James Johnson and Raptors forward Serge Ibaka one game each without pay for exchanging punches in Tuesday night's game in Toronto.

Ibaka and Johnson were ejected after trading punches at 7:50 of the third quarter. The skirmish began when the two started shoving each other while waiting for the ball to be inbounded under the Miami basket. Officials reviewed the incident before giving both players technical fouls and ejections.

Johnson sat out Wednesday night's 114-106 win over the Indiana Pacers. Ibaka will serve his suspension Thursday when Toronto hosts the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Johnson apologized on Twitter.

Also Wednesday, the league fined Raptors forward DeMar DeRozan $25,000 and Heat guard Goran Dragic $10,000 for a separate altercation at the end of Tuesday's game.

Tempers flared again after the final whistle, with DeRozan appearing to yell at Dragic as the teams left the court.

Ibaka ($138,357) and Johnson ($96,172) will lose close to $250,000 in salary based on the one-game suspensions. Toronto will get a $69,179 credit toward the luxury tax and is now $1.09 million below.

ESPN's Bobby Marks and The Associated Press contributed to this report.