UPDATED 3/15, 11:33 a.m ET: The Jazz gave out another lifetime ban after video of a fan pestering Russell Westbrook during a 2018 playoff series resurfaced. The clip showed the fan calling the guard "boy." Westbrook flagged a security guard to intervene.

UPDATED 5:22 p.m. ET: The Utah Jazz have issued a lifetime ban on the fan who kicked off an altercation with Russell Westbrook on Monday night. 

"Everyone deserves the opportunity to enjoy and play the game in a safe, positive and inclusive environment," said Utah Jazz president Steve Starks in a statement announcing the ban. "We all have a responsibility to respect the game of basketball and, more importantly, each other as human beings."

After news of the ban broke, the NBA announced that  Westbrook will be fined $25K for "directing profanity and threatening language to a fan."

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During Monday night's game against Utah, Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook went off on a Jazz fan.

"I'll f*ck him up. I promise you [...] I'll f*ck you up. You and your wife. I'll f*ck you up [...] On everything I love," Westbrook can be heard saying. 

Check out video footage of the incident below. 

The fan who allegedly got into it with Westbrook later recounted his side of the story. Watch the clip below, via KSL Sports Anchor Jeremiah Jensen.  

After the game, Westbrook talked about what went down. 

It's not the first time Westbrook has had problems with Jazz fans. 

"I don't confront fans, fans confront me," Westbrook said back in 2018, per USA Today. "Here in Utah, man, a lot of disrespectful, vulgar things are said to the players here with these fans. It's truly disrespectful. [They] talk about your families, your kids. It's just a disrespect to the game and I think it's something that needs to be brought up.

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