OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Already fined by the league for his role in Tuesday’s Warriors-Pacers brawl, guard Klay Thompson also saw his paycheck raided by his parents as a result of the fight.

Klay’s father, Mychal Thompson, a 13-year NBA veteran, went on the radio with ESPN 710 LA to discuss his reaction when he saw his 23-year-old son join the altercation between teammate David Lee and Indiana’s Roy Hibbert.

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“I was like ‘you idiot!’” Mychal Thompson recalled.

It appears Klay, who is making roughly $2.3 million this season, doesn’t even have access to his own money. According to his father, Klay’s parents give him an envelope each week containing his spending money.

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“He will (find out he’s been fined by us) when he sees that cash envelope show up a little short this week,” Mychal said.

Warriors forward David Lee and Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert have each been suspended a game without pay for starting the altercation, which drifted into the stands.

In addition to the suspensions and Thompson’s $35,000 fine, the Warriors’ Stephen Curry and the Pacers’ Lance Stephenson were also docked $35,000 each for escalating the fight.

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