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Kirk Hinrich to pay 25,000 dollars to NBA

Kirk Hinrich, Chicago Bulls guard, was fined $25,000 (18,500 EUR) by the NBA on Monday for throwing his mouthpiece into the stands during a playoff victory over the Miami Heat.

Hinrich fired his mouthpiece into the stands after picking up his fourth foul early in the third quarter, and got a technical. The guard finished with two points and five fouls in the Bulls' 96-91 win at United Center on Saturday.

Hinrich, a captain, averaged 16.6 points during the season.

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