Barnes fined $25K Sunday incident against Wolves

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Matt Barnes has had his fair share of trouble on and off the court.

In November, he was ejected for shoving Thunder' center Serge Ibaka, which led to a furious tweet from Barnes after the game. In 2012, he was arrested for an outstanding warrant, an incident during which he used a derogatory term towards an officer.

Yesterday, Barnes was ejected for this hard foul on Kevin Love in Los Angeles 120-116 overtime win over the Clippers.

Today, Barnes was fined $25,000, not for the foul, but for failing to leave the court in a timely manner.

The foul was also downgraded to a flagrant one foul, a level below the flagrant two that got Barnes ejected.

LA head coach Doc Rivers still doesn't understand the ejection, saying he received no explanation about why Barnes was tossed.

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