Minnesota Timberwolves minority owner Alex Rodriguez likes to party, but this time a party is costing his organization $250,000, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
The Timberwolves were fined $250,000 by the NBA on Monday after the team held an offseason practice outside Minnesota. Under NBA rules, teams cannot organize or pay for offseason practice or workout sessions outside their market. The Timberwolves were fined for holding a team event in Miami in September.
A-Rod hosted players at his house.
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Timberwolves workouts were centered minority owner Alex Rodriguez's house. Team had a dinner with Rodriguez and his minority ownership partner, Marc Lore, at Rodriguez's house to end the week. Teams aren't allowed to organize or pay for offseason group workouts outside market. https://t.co/pHTnNI95lQ
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) November 15, 2021
The Timberwolves were reportedly thinking about making the Miami trip an annual event, via Page Six, but may have to alter those plans now.
— Page Six (@PageSix) September 13, 2021
A-Rod can’t help himself, the dude plays by his own rules.