Stephen Jackson Fined $25K For Threatening Serge Ibaka On Twitter

Stephen Jackson Fined $25K For Threatening Serge Ibaka On Twitter
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The NBA is once again getting money from the San Antonio Spurs organization, and this time it’s from one player in particular, Stephen Jackson.

Jackson had some pretty choice words for Serge Ibaka after watching the Lakers/Thunder game where Ibaka got into a bit of a confrontation with Jackson’s close friend Meta-World Peace.

This is the tweet that the NBA was upset about, please pardon the fact that Jackson can’t spell;  ”Somebody tell serg Abaka. He aint about this life. Next time he run up on me im goin in his mouth. That’s a promise. He is doin 2 much.”

Let’s not forget that as Meta-World Peace ran into the stands that night in the “Malice in the Palace,” it was Jackson who was in the stands protecting his team mate, hitting people left and right.

Jackson has already apologized for the tweet, but Ibaka should be careful. He should remember that Jackson’s a real dude from the
streets.

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