“NBA fines 76ers $100,000 for breaking league rules regarding injury reporting”

The NBA has fined the 76ers for not following league rules about reporting injuries. This happened because Joel Embiid was listed as “questionable” less than two hours before the start of a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder on April 2nd.

The Sixers have a history of not following injury reporting rules, and this was taken into account when the fine was decided. The team was fined $100,000, which is a significant amount. The team had previously said Embiid was out, but then changed their statement at the last minute. They were supposed to make this change by 5 p.m. the day before the game, but they waited until just before the coach’s press conference.

This is not the first time the team has done this. Joel Embiid has been waiting until the last minute to announce his availability for quite some time. As a result of this infraction, the Sixers have been penalized heavily.

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