Needless to say, Hood is going to get a fine and a suspension, and since we're on the subject of action and outcome, that's probably fair.
Late in the third quarter of last night's Jazz-Wizards game with the score tied at 74, Jazz guard Rodney Hood was ejected. Someone sitting courtside (I hesitate to describe him as a Jazz fan, and you'll see why in a second) tried filming Hood from mere inches away when the fourth-year pro did his Dikembe Mutombo impression on the phone.
Hood will likely face a fine from the league for the interaction.
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Hood, who was sacked up in the moment, then took his aggressions out on the fan's phone. Beyond that, there's a legitimate debate to be had about fan behavior and players' reactions to it.
Ekpe Udoh scored 16 points and Joe Johnson had 16 off the bench for the Jazz, who had lost 13 of 16 in between meetings with Washington.
Rodney Hood had himself a tough night at the office Wednesday.
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Still, it's just not right for Hood to smack anyone's hand out of disgust.
You can watch how the incident unfolded via the video below.
The Jazz's young shooting guard got tossed after he wouldn't let an argument with Brothers go, continuing to chirp at the veteran official until he got hit with a second technical and tossed from the game. They got 21 points from Ricky Rubio and sealed the game on a steal by rookie Donovan Mitchell.
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