Doc Rivers, the Clippers head coach, might’ve cost his team $50,000 last night thanks to the comments he made about Kawhi Leonard and his injury status. According to CBC, the NBA initially accepted the Clippers plan to sit Leonard, who was listed with an ailing knee in his injury report, during the team’s face off against the Milwaukee Bucks. However, after Rivers made an inconsistent remark about the specifics of the NBA superstar’s injury, the league decided to take legal action against the team.\n“He feels great. But he feels great because of what we’ve been doing. We’re just going to continue to do it. There’s no concern here. But we want to make sure. I think Kawhi made a statement that he’s never felt better."\n"It’s our job to make sure he stays that way,” Rivers said when asked about his decision to sit Kawhi ahead of last night’s game.\nIt is worth noting that the NBA stood behind the Clipper's decision to sit Leonard.\nHowever, Rivers' comments about him “feeling great” not matching up with the injury report that claims the player has a knee injury is where things start to get a little more complicated. That’s one costly slip-up.\nFans weren’t happy to hear that Kawhi could be sitting out games to preserve himself.\nOne Twitter user even stating, "Kawhi softer than charmin ultra soft."\nWhile another stated, "I didn't know he was so soft."\nKawhi softer than charmin ultra soft— Anthony (@ItsdFuZed) November 7, 2019\nSo the NBA says he's injured to justify him sitting out games IN NOVEMBER even though his very own coach is saying he's healthy?? Bunch of clowns. We really have a new golden boy here— #TradeKCP (@AndyMPok) November 8, 2019\nKawhi is.... pic.twitter.com/oTFPOaHkwq— J-HOBA 🧢 ☂ (@THEREALJHOBA) November 8, 2019\nWhen Load Management goes wrong— Spring Blur (@Springblur) November 7, 2019\nNba: "we're ok with the fake injury, just don't say it out loud thx"— quentin (@Gingerbread_7) November 8, 2019\nI didn’t know he was so soft. pic.twitter.com/woNOt57Otv— Andrés Herrera Osorio (@akokiho) November 8, 2019\nHowever, NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski did come to the player’s defence. “Here's a view of what happened: Kawhi Leonard is private."\n"He doesn't want his injury information public. Only, it has to be public for the Clippers to escape league punishment on violating resting rules. Doc Rivers was trying to be supportive of Leonard. They'll take the fine,” explained Wojnarowski on Twitter Thursday evening.\nLeonard became famous for sitting out games with the Raptors for “load management.” He played just nine games for the Spurs back in 2017-18 and 60 of 82 regular-season games for Toronto last year.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.