The Pacers fined center David Harrison an undisclosed amount for an incident following their victory Thursday over Washington.
Harrison broke a picture -- his picture, actually -- in the hallway that leads to the locker room.
Harrison, who met with CEO Donnie Walsh after practice Friday, also has to replace the picture. Harrison declined to discuss the incident Friday.
Harrison has struggled getting consistent minutes this season because of foul trouble. He's now stuck fighting for playing time behind Jermaine O'Neal, Jeff Foster and Scot Pollard.
Harrison, who had a promising offseason, has yet to play more than 15 minutes in a game this season. He's averaging 2.9 points and 2.7 rebounds in 9.9 minutes a game this season.
"I think he's frustrated because he's not playing good," Walsh said. "He's not getting a lot of time and he's mad at himself. He's a young guy that wants to play. He's got a great future and he's going to be a heck of a player."
-- Mike Wells
Nothing good can come from this. I understand David's frustrations but man did he pick a poor time to do that.
I wonder if Ron was giving him pointers on how best to brake a picture?
I kid because this almost makes me cry. I have a feeling that the Hulk will see even more bench time now.