Age: 28 Height: 6-7 Weight: 230 lbs School: Michigan State
Stephen Curry does it all for the Warriors, including helping heal the wounds of the Draymond/KD saga that could have turned into a full-blown crisis.
PORTLAND, Ore. — With 25 games remaining in the regular season, there isn't much of a question as to whether the Golden State Warriors will reach their fifth consecutive NBA Finals; it's how easily they'll get there. Late in their final game before the All-Star break, a 129-107 loss to the
Steve Kerr, livid over Draymond Green's flagrant foul, got ejected from the Warriors' loss to the Nuggets yesterday. NBA release: Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has been fined $25,000 for verbally abusing and confronting a game official, it was announced today by Kiki VanDeWeghe, Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations. The fine was expected.
Warriors Under Review: Emotions run high in final game before All-Star break originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com The Warriors were without three main contributors against the Trail Blazers on Wednesday, and they put up a good fight before ultimately losing 129-107. But things fell apart in the final quarter, a frame in which Golden State was outscored 35-12. Portland certainly benefitted from a rare eight-point possession, after Draymond Green was given a controversial flagrant foul, and a modicum of chaos ensued.
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr probably knew this was coming, handed a $25,000 fine by the NBA for his outburst at officials. Kerr was fined for "verbally abusing and confronting" an official in Golden State's 129-107 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers, the league announced on Thursday. He was given two technical fouls and ejected in the fourth quarter when he threw down his clipboard and yelled at officials after it was deemed Draymond Green committed a flagrant foul on Portland big man Zach Collins.