The NBA handed out fines for Saturday’s third-quarter scuffle between the Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers.

The brouhaha primarily featured Jared Dudley (Nets) and Jimmy Butler (76ers). Dudley received the larger of the two fines at $25,000 for “escalating an on-court incident which spilled into the spectators stands by shoving Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid,” according to a release from the NBA.

Butler will pay a $15,000 fine for shoving Dudley in retaliation. Both players were ejected from the game but neither player was suspended for the ruckus.

Even with losing Butler, the 76ers still came out on top with a 112-108 victory. Philadelphia can close out the first round of the playoffs at home with a win on Tuesday.