Houston Rockets star James Harden has been fined $50,000 by the NBA and ruled “unavailable” for Wednesday’s game due to a violation of the league’s COVID-19 protocols after the league reviewed video of him socializing maskless at a club earlier this week.

Harden will not be suspended.

In announcing that Wednesday night’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder was being postponed, the NBA said Harden was “unavailable due to a violation of the Health and Safety Protocols.” The Rockets didn’t have the league-required eight available players needed to proceed with the game.

Harden tested negative for COVID-19 on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, a league source told ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne.

The video of Harden partying maskless, which was published by Black Sports Online and has been circulating on social media, is purportedly from a Houston club’s Christmas party held this week.

The NBA’s COVID-19 protocols prohibit players from going to bars, lounges or clubs and from participating in social gatherings of more than 15 people.

The league said Harden violated those rules when he attended a “private indoor party” on Monday.

Harden has told NBA investigators he believed he was in compliance with NBA health and safety protocols, a source close to the situation told Shelburne.

Harden and multiple witnesses at the event have told the league that he attended a seated dinner for a friend who’d recently been promoted at work, the source told ESPN.

According to the source, Harden said he entered through a separate entrance and sat in a separate area of the venue with his security detail and was wearing a mask. He took a photo with his friend and gave her a gift. Harden, the source said, also said he left after approximately 30 minutes and did not continue on with the group, which went to other locations later in the night.

Harden issued a statement on Instagram on Wednesday saying “everyday it’s something different” and the event was not at a strip club.