Stephen Curry has been fined $50,000 for throwing his mouthguard at a referee in Saturday's game but won't be suspended, the National Basketball Association announced Monday.
Cleveland, which had won with authority in his first two matches of the season, bowed to his audience, through the fault of Nikola Vucevic (23 points) and French Evan Fournier (13 points), which confirms its good start to the year.
Curry had apologized after the game, saying the toss was in frustration and there was no intent to hit Wall with it during the game.
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"I didn't throw my mouthpiece at the ref".
Curry has stressed that he did not intend to throw his mouthpiece at the official. It turns out he was just reminding them he's finally a champion and actually pointed toward his ring finger. "I was frustrated because I was fouling, I thought I got fouled on the last play and the reaction was definitely a little over the top". Curry hit a fan when he first threw the guard in the 2016 NBA Finals, and no suspension came down for that issue.
The entire Warriors squad was reportedly ragging on the referees for not calling what they thought were obvious fouls against the Grizzlies on more than one occasion during the game. I deserved to get kicked out, and that's what happened. "It was stupid. Learn from it and try to move on and be better".