Did Kyle Kuzma let his middle finger fly in the Wizards’ overtime win against the Pistons on Wednesday night?
In the fourth quarter of the Washington-Detroit thriller, Kuzma sunk a corner three – then appeared to flip off a fan.
In blurry footage, the Wizards forward can be seen turning to face the crowd and making some sort of gesture while backpedaling down the court.
On Friday, Kuzma was fined $15,000 by the league “for directing an obscene gesture toward a fan,” according to The Athletic.
After the game, Kuzma said, “Fans, they just always be talking sh-t to me every game. I love it.”
Kuzma’s confidence was at an all-time high on Wednesday, especially after he hit another corner three in overtime to secure a 119-116 Washington win over Detroit.
He waved goodbye to Pistons fans after hitting the clutch three with 0.6 seconds to go in overtime.
The shot was Kuzma’s second game-winning three this season the corner. He hit the same shot in a win against Cleveland in November.
Kuzma finished the overtime thriller with 26 points, seven rebounds and four assists.
The former Laker was not asked about his apparent middle-finger moment after the game.
The Wizards host the Jazz on Saturday.