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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A Miami lawyer is taking on the San Antonio Spurs, but it will be in a different court than the Spurs are used to seeing.
According to ESPN.com, lawyer Larry McGuinness filed a class-action lawsuit in Miami-Dade County that said Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich, “intentionally and surrepticiously” sent their best players home without telling the league, the Heat, or fans in attendance.
McGuiness claimed the Spurs violated Florida’s deceptive and fair trade practices law, according to ESPN.
McGuinness claims that he and other fans were economically harmed because they had to pay a higher price for a ticket to a game against a marquee team, according to ESPN. However, without the Spurs’ star players there, the premium ticket price shouldn’t have been in place.
NBA Commissioner David Stern, at the time of the incident, apologized to fans. The fact that Stern apologized could come back to haunt the Spurs, however the NBA is not named in the lawsuit, according to the ESPN report.
The game was a nationally televised game between two of the league’s elite teams.
The NBA would go on to fine the Spurs $250,000 for their move of sending the star players home. It set a precedent that other coaches haven’t challenged since Popovich’s move in November.
Ironically, fans were treated to a good game as the Spurs nearly knocked off the Heat on Nov. 29, losing 105-100.