NBA reportedly sidelined referee Tony Brothers for alleged 'mother f***er' insult of Mavs G Spencer Dinwiddie

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On Nov. 4, Spencer Dinwiddie told reporters that referee Tony Brothers called him a "b**** a** mother f****er" to one of his Dallas Mavericks teammates.
On Tuesday, NBA reporter Marc Stein reported that the NBA Brothers paused a single game because of his alleged words. Per Stein, the NBA never announced the punishment because it wasn't an official suspension that came with a missed paycheck.
The incident came after Brothers called Dinwiddie for a technical foul after Dinwiddie protested a take foul in a win over the Toronto Raptors.
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Dinwiddie told reporters after the game that "a clap" prompted Brothers to issue a tech note. He also acknowledged that he may have used a swear word, but that it wasn't aimed at anyone. He then said a teammate told him Brothers called him a "b****a**mother f****er."
“Not only would I like my money back. I wouldn't be called a B***a**Mother F****er to my teammates either," Dinwiddie said. "If there is someone who feels that way about me - without naming names - they can speak to me personally, face to face."
Tony Brothers reportedly missed a game after insulting Spencer Dinwiddie. (David Richard/Reuters)
Dinwiddie reiterated that he was upset that Brothers made his comments behind his back.
"I understand it's hot. I definitely said swear words," Dinwiddie continued. "But if I was playing someone from the other team and they said that to my teammate, I'd be like, 'Hey, listen, I'm right here.
"But because they obviously have positions of authority and stuff like that, you can't necessarily ask for that address, so I'll just take my fair stance and say, 'Hey, look, if you feel that way, okay with me.. Say it.' just in my face like any other grown man.' That's all I want."
Dinwiddie later told The Athletic that the NBA had contacted him about his side of the story while also confirming he was speaking about Brothers.
You asked me," Dinwiddie told The Athletic. "I told them what happened. I was very clear with that part. After that they do what they do, I don't know."
Neither Brothers nor the NBA have publicly addressed the incident. Brothers is one of the longest-serving umpires in the league, in his 29th season. Prior to this season, the Brothers officiated 1,626 regular season games and 174 playoff games, including 15 in the NBA Finals.
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