Fine of $ 100,000 to the star of the Lakers for homophobic insults aimed at a referee. Closed the regular season, the Bulls beat the Nets and tear in San Antonio, Phoenix ko with the best record in the league and the top seed in the playoffs that trip Saturday,Fine salty for Kobe Bryant. The star of the Lakers will have to pay one hundred thousand U.S. dollars (approximately € 70 thousand) for having homophobic insults directed at a referee during the match on Tuesday against San Antonio. Bryant had insulted one of the three match officials after he had whistled a technical foul. The ace of the Lakers had then tried to apologize, explaining that "what I said should not be taken literally. It 'was only a moment of frustration during a phase of intense game playing. The words that I said in that circumstance does not reflect my feelings about gay and lesbian: I did not want to offend anyone. " Words that were not convinced, however, representatives of the gay community, who had requested a sentence example for the basketball player, whose lip had been 'amplified' by the cameras that had just taken over in the foreground as he emerged from the field and insulting the referee. In a statement released during the night, 'comissioner' of the NBA has decided that the charges against the player, said: " is a sport full of emotion and adrenaline, but certain words can not be tolerated. Kobe and all other people who are part of the world of the NBA know that a certain type of comments will never be accepted. "