Juan Toscano suspended for two matches for insults
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The American Professional Basketball League announced that the Mexican was suspended for insulting Canadi after the Capitans lost to Birmingham.
Mexican Juan Toscano Andersonplayer Captains Follower NBA G LeagueHe was suspended for two matches without pay after swearing and using threatening language towards him Devin Canadayan item Birmingham Squadron.
Through a statement, NBA G League Announce the punishment and announce it Toscano Andersonwho came as a figure for the team from the country’s capital, will not be able to sit on the bench in the following duels.
“the NBA G League Announce it Juan Toscano AndersonHe was suspended for two matches without pay for directing threatening language towards him Devin Canaday In the loading area of the arena after defeating Captains With a score of 108-102 vs Birmingham “On November 13 at CDMX Arena in Mexico City,” the statement read.
That was last September when Captains Mexico City announced Juan Toscano Anderson As an enhancement for the 2023-2024 season of the league NBA G League.
“Welcome to Juan Toscano Anderson!! The only Mexican champion in… NBAwill play with Captains During the 23-24 season. “#CapitánFamily welcomes you with open arms!”, the captain wrote on their social networks, where they introduced the Mexican basketball player.
Toscano Anderson He was a hero NBA In 2022 when he played with Golden State Warriors. After that season he went to Los Angeles Lakers And then to Utah JazzWhere he then completed his move to NBA G League With the Captains.
Until last week, before the duel NBA In Mexico between atlanta hawks And the Orlando MagicToscano realized that the Mexican capital was a good place for a major league franchise.
“I want Orlando and Atlanta to put on a real show here, because if the players and the people NBA “They feel the screams and the great atmosphere of the Mexicans, and they will think they can bring a franchise to this city, better than Seattle or Las Vegas,” the player said.