Dillon Brooks was ejected during the third quarter of Game 3 between the Lakers and Grizzlies for hitting LeBron James in the groin.
There were doubts that the Memphis forward could get suspended for his move against the four-time NBA champion. NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski revealed that the player will be available for Game 4.
“Dillon Brooks will not be suspended for Game 4 in L.A. on Monday night,” Woj said on ESPN. “The NBA reviewed that flagrant 2 foul on LeBron James that led to his ejection last night a shot to his groin. There’s not going to be any additional penalty, I’m told.
“This was the concern, I think, for Memphis because Dillon Brooks had a similar incident earlier this season with Donovan Mitchell against Cleveland. He was suspended.”