The internet went crazy when Stephen Curry‘s wife, Ayesha, claimed that the NBA is rigged in a now deleted tweet right after Steph fouled out and was ejected from Game 6. However, she's not the only person with several hundred thousand Twitter followers to claim there's a conspiracy in the works in the NBA.

David Price, a 5-time All-Star now pitching for the Boston Red Sox, is a much less biased source of commentary than Ayesha of course, but his sentiments were exactly aligned with hers.

His tweet was much more concise than Ayesha's too, which said, “I've lost all respect sorry this is absolutely rigged for money… Or ratings I'm not sure which. I won't be silent. Just saw it live sry.”

As the incident played out, Steph threw his mouthguard at the son of one of the Cavs' owners, resulting in the first ejection of his career. He has subsequently been fined $25K.

Emotions are clearly at their peak; these are not the usual actions that we've come to know of the Curry's. Ayesha has since apologized for the tweet but she maintains that Steph's sixth foul was “uncalled for.”

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