The Houston Rockets on Monday received an official warning from the league office regarding Dwight Howard’s admitted use of Stickum in a recent game against the Atlanta Hawks. Sources said Monday that will be the extent of the punishment for Howard and the Rockets.
Sources told ESPN.com that the NBA notified its 30 teams Monday via league memorandum that the Rockets were issued a formal warning because of “the team’s use of an adhesive substance on a player’s hands during a game.”
Source: Marc Stein of ESPN
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