Thursday night was a frustrating one for the Golden State Warriors. After scoring only 11 points in the first quarter of Game 6 against the Cavaliers, they got into early foul trouble with Draymond Green and Steph Curry.

The Warriors never held the lead the entire game, but did make a couple runs to bring the game within 10 points, only to lose momentum and fall back to deficits of 15 points or more.

Steph Curry was especially frustrated with the way the game was going for the Warriors and tried to create plays for his team with risky decisions. Unfortunately for Steph, he had a few debatable calls go against him and ended up fouling out of the game. He threw his mouthpiece at a fan, which ended up getting him ejected from the game entirely.

Curry wasn’t the only one that was upset. After the game, Warriors’ head coach Steve Kerr shared his thoughts on the calls leading up to the ejection and stated his clear support for the way Curry got upset about the call.

“I’m happy he threw his mouthpiece, he should be upset.”

Steph Curry also discussed the ejection and what it was like for him to get ejected for the first time in his basketball career.

While there have been moments of greatness, Curry has received a lot of scrutiny for his overall performance throughout the playoffs. The amazing plays that the fans became so accustomed to throughout the regular season just have not been as you would like to see from the first ever unanimous MVP of the league.

Game 7 will be Steph’s last shot at redemption before having to wait until next season. No matter what, history will be made. If the Warriors win, they will be the first team to lose only nine games in the regular season and go on to win the Finals. If the Cavs win, they will be the first team in Finals history to come back from down 3-1 in a 7-game series. This is why everyone loves a Game 7.

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