Hornets forward Jeff Taylor told the media Monday that he will not be appealing his 24-game suspension.

Reporters said that he accepted full responsibility for his actions and accepts the punishment.

"My actions were wrong and I don't care to appeal a decision that was based off my actions being wrong," Taylor said, per the Associated Press. "So I respect the league's decision on the suspension and I will take all of the necessary steps to make sure nothing like that ever happens again." 

Taylor was suspended by NBA commissioner Adam Silver for pleading guilty to a domestic violence charge. Taylor is eligible to return Dec. 17 against the Suns. 

More News