Dahntay Jones was signed by the Cleveland Cavaliers at the end of the regular season and he hasn't made much money yet. It is estimated that Jones is making only around $9000 this season, yet he has to pay a $6000 fine for two technical fouls he had last night. Fortunately for him, LeBron James said he will take care of it, and Jones won't have to spend a dime. Even though Dahntay spent only three minutes on the floor against the Toronto Raptors, it was enough for him to earn back-to-back technicals which resulted with the $6000 fine and an ejection.

It is interesting to note that this won't be the first time that James pays Dahntay Jones' fine, as he also did it in last year's playoffs.

LeBron is being generous once again, and helping his teammate keep the money in his own pocket.

LeBron is taking care of his teammate once again

Last year, Dahntay Jones had to pay only $80, which was less than one percent on his salary. Still, LeBron covered it as he didn't want his teammate to lose any money. After last night's game, James reflected on that memory, commenting about Jones' tendency to get Technical Fouls against the Toronto Raptors.

"I said I was going to pay the fine before I even knew what it was. It didn't matter. And I told him tonight, I said, 'Listen, Dahntay, now enough is enough. Stop getting kicked out against Toronto all the time. I'm going to stop paying your damn fines.' But yeah, he don't have to worry about it. He's good," LeBron James said. The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar is making $31 million this season [VIDEO], which is the top salary in the league.

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While $6000 is not a lot of money for James, it is still a nice gesture that he's taking care of his teammates and not letting them worry about financial issues.

James and the Cavs won a big game last night

There is no doubt that LeBron James was in a good mood last night as his Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Raptors, winning their fifth straight game of the playoffs. The Raptors trailed from the very start of the game, and the Cavaliers protected their lead until the final buzzer. James had another fantastic performance with 35 points and 10 rebounds and Kyrie Irving added 24 points and 10 assists.

Dahntay Jones scored two points in three minutes of action, and he was ejected with 17 seconds left in the game. This was his second game of the playoffs as he had a brief appearance in game 3 against the Indiana Pacers, spending six seconds on the floor.