ICYMI: Miami Heat Troll NBA By Listing Entire Roster On Injury Report

The Miami Heat were fined $25,000 on Friday for "violating league injury reporting rules." As the NBA put it, "The Heat failed to disclose an accurate game availability status for several players prior to its game vs. Oklahoma City on Dec. 14 at Paycom Center.”

The Heat responded by trolling the NBA by listing their entire roster—all 16 of their players—on their injury report for their next game on Saturday.

Well, that's one way to avoid the fine. 

Listing everything from lower back discomfort to knee injury management to Achilles "tendinosis", the Heat listed seven players as "probable," six players as "questionable", and the rest "out."

The Heat have, in fact, been close to the top five in Man Games Lost due to injury this season in the NBA, so it's not a stretch, perhaps, to list all of their players. 

Should be interesting to see how they manage the injury report going forward this season if they're hoping to avoid the NBA's wrath. 

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