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Brooklyn Nets All-Star forward Kevin Durant is now a little lighter in the wallet. On Sunday, the NBA announced that Durant was fined $25,000 for directing profanity toward a fan. The incident occurred during Brooklyn's 113-105 victory over the Hawks in Atlanta on Friday night. 

This is the second time this season that Durant has been fined by the league. He was also fined $25,000 in October for throwing the ball into the stands out of frustration during a game against the Indiana Pacers

Here's the official statement from the league: 

Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant has been fined $25,000 for directing obscene language toward a fan, it was announced today by Byron Spruell, President, League Operations. The incident took place with 28 seconds remaining in the second quarter of the Nets' 113-105 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Dec. 10 at State Farm Arena. 

You can see the incident here.

The game in Atlanta was an eventful one for Durant, as he also exchanged some words with Hawks star guard Trae Young during the fourth quarter of the contest: 

The extracurriculars didn't prevent Durant from handling his business on the court, as he finished the game with 31 points, six assists and five rebounds. On the season, Durant is leading the NBA in scoring with 28.5 points per game, and his productive play is a big part of the reason that the Nets sit at the top of the Eastern Conference standings with an 18-8 record.