While there were plenty of fireworks (including a not-so-pretty rolled ankle for Stephen Curry), things came to a head between Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins with less than 90 seconds remaining in the contest.
Cousins has always been a magnet for technical fouls, but at that moment of the game both he and Durant should have been smarter about this.
"I sprained my ankle and I'll see how it feels tomorrow and kind of go from there", said Curry, who had the foot in a gray walking boot. We're getting way too emotional, myself included.
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The exchange of words happened with 1:14 left in the fourth quarter, and the best part is that it's an eight-point game. For anyone keeping count, this is the second time in three days that Durant has been ejected. Durant has had 10 years of National Basketball Association strength training, but let's face it, he's still a little on the slim side when compared to Cousins.
"The refs run the game, so if they're not feeling good today, they can just make any decision they want", Durant said. "I'm not trying to get suspended or get in no fights with nobody". He had two ejections in the first 810 games of his career.
It didn't take much time for both to be tossed by the officials on the court. Couple that with Steph Curry's semi-habit of throwing his mouthpiece, and the Warriors are paying a lot of money to the league office this season.