The WNBA hasn’t seen this type of coverage since…well, ever.

One of the WNBA’s biggest franchises got hit with a record $500,000 fine for chartering private flights for players during the 2021 season. New York Liberty team governors Joe and Clara Wu Tsai chartered the flights and that violated the WNBA’s bargaining agreement, per Howard Megdal of Sports Illustrated.

WNBA general counsel Jamin Dershowitz reportedly threatened the “termination of the franchise” and the loss of “every draft pick you have ever seen” in response to the flights that were chartered for every road game during the season’s second half.