Ray Allen of the Boston Celtics was fined $25,000 for 'freezing' players on opposing teams in mid air with his fabled magic powers on January 18th 2010, in a losing effort at home against Dallas.
Through out the game, Allen used his fantastical mental agility to freeze players and use them for his own amusement while team mates and opponents alike watched on in horror and fear - as not to incur the wrath of the former UCONN stand out.
Coach Doc Rivers commented only fleetingly in the post game press conference 'you know, that's just how ray is. He does that whole magical brain thing, and we gotta find a way to deal with that'.
Dallas players could not be contacted for interview out of sheer terror of Ray Allen. The NBA will take no further action other than the fine, issuing a statement that 'Magical puppet masters should show greater restraint and responsibility or suffer further financial penalties'.