WASHINGTON (AP) _ Michael Smith, who unleashed a profane outburst on the bench after being taken out of a game, was sent home Thursday from the Washington Wizards' road trip.

Smith had to be calmed down by coaches when he lost his temper after coming out of the game with 6:39 to play in Wednesday night's 99-94 loss at Golden State.

Wizards president of basketball operations Michael Jordan said the veteran forward was sent home ``because of conduct detrimental to the team.'' Smith will miss the remaining two games of the road trip, against Los Angeles on Friday and Utah on Saturday.

Smith's tantrum is the latest in a series of disciplinary problems this season for the Wizards, who are in last place in the Atlantic Division.

Tyrone Nesby was escorted to the locker room by security guards after his extended outburst at coach Leonard Hamilton during a home game against Milwaukee on Jan. 15. Rod Strickland was fined for missing practices and suspended for skipping a road trip before the Wizards cut him March 1.