It was announced on Wednesday that the NBA has slapped the Mavs with a hefty $50,000 fine for their antics in their Game 7 win against the Phoenix Suns. Dallas head coach Jason Kidd has caught wind of this development and it doesn't sound like he's too pleased with the league's decision.

When asked to comment on the penalty, the Mavs coach just reminded everyone about how his team completely blew out the Suns in their series-clinching win:

“Who complained? It was a blowout so the fans didn’t complain,” Kidd said, via Marc J. Spears of ESPN.

According to the NBA's statement, the Mavs were fined because “several players and a member of the coaching staff stood for an extended period in the Mavericks’ team bench area, stood away from the team bench, and were on or encroaching upon the playing court.” It is also worth noting that the league also fined the Mavs $25,000 for a similar offense in Game 2 against the Suns.

Jason Kidd wasn't too happy with their first fine and he's taken on the same approach for this second $50,000 penalty. Let's just hope that the Mavs learn their lesson here as their actions are burning quite a deep hole in the pockets of team owner Mark Cuban.