SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The NBA has fined Sacramento Kings player Buddy Hield $20,000 for using inappropriate language toward a referee, the league announced on Monday.

The incident happened at the end of the Kings’ Saturday 129-128 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday.

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Hield allegedly directed the language at game officials. Exactly what was said was not disclosed by the league.

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The game ended contentiously, with a timeout being called by Bucks player as he went out of bounds causing several Kings coaches to yell in protest.

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Hield was the Kings’ second-highest scorer that game, accounting for 19 points in the close loss.