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Pistons’ Reggie Jackson fined for inappropriate language during game against OKC Thunder

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Former Oklahoma City Thunder player Reggie Jackson has been fined for directing inappropriate language toward a fan during the Thunder’s game against the Detroit Pistons, the NBA announced.

Jackson was fined $25,000 after he was caught cursing at an Oklahoma City fan during the Pistons’ 103-87 loss to the Thunder on Nov. 27 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.

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The game was the first time Jackson had returned to OKC since he was traded to the Pistons in February.