The Golden State Warriors just lost their 10th game in a row on the road Friday night and Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young proceeded  to disrespect Stephen Curry after sealing the win.

With the Dubs down four points with just under a minute left in regulation, Steph was about to drive to the hoop before Trae picked his pocket, ultimately receiving a pass from Dejounte Murray on the fastbreak and putting Atlanta up for good. In the process, Young did the iconic Dikembe Mutombo “finger wag” to Curry.

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The audacity. That's just the type of cheeky player Trae Young is, but you can't blame him there. He just won the game. The Warriors were once again haunted by mistakes, coughing up the rock 17 times. That translated into 21 points for the Hawks.

Despite the costly turnover, Curry balled out, dropping 31 points in 37 minutes of action. But, he went just 4 for 13 from three-point territory. Ice Trae meanwhile went off for 25 points and dished out 12 assists to lead the charge for Quin Snyder's squad.

Golden State has now lost back-to-back contests and sits just one game above .500 at 36-35, barely clinging onto the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. Their road trip continues on Saturday against the Memphis Grizzlies as well, which is always a tough matchup. If there was a time for the Warriors to start winning away from the Chase Center, it would be now as the postseason quickly approaches. That begins with taking much better care of the basketball.