Only hours after the team’s Executive Vice President announced the $25,000 fine slapped on him by the NBA, Washington Wizards guard John Wall has been ejected for a second straight game following a scuffle with Marcus Smart of the Boston Celtics during their game on Wednesday.

With only 5:24 left in the fourth quarter and the Wizards up by 20 points, Wall committed a hard foul on the 22-year-old Oklahoma State product that caused him to go down on the floor. He quickly stood up and the two had an exchange of words. Cooler heads prevailed but Wall received another technical foul and got ejected from the game.

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He was already lucky for not receiving a suspension for the bump he gave the referee on Monday, but with a second ejection in as many games, it would be surprising if Wall won’t get away with it this time.

If there’s any good news for him, the Wizards won the matchup, 118-93, and improved their record to 2-5 for the season. They will look to make it a two-game winning streak when they face the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday and the team hopes he’ll be available to suit up for that game and not receive a sanction from the league.

Interestingly, the Wall’s second straight ejection pales in comparison to the record set by Don Boven in the 1951-52 season as a member of the Milwaukee Bucks.