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Curry, Durant both ejected in final minute of Warriors' loss to Grizzlies

Steph Curry threw his mouthguard at an official.

Kevin Durant, left, and Stephen Curry
Kevin Durant, left, and Stephen Curry

EMOTIONS WERE HIGH for the Golden State Warriors in their 111-101 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies last night.

They were so elevated that Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant were both ejected in the final minute.

Two-time NBA MVP Curry might be facing a suspension after he tossed his mouthpiece toward an official when no foul was called as he drove to the hoop for a layup on Saturday.

Curry, who finished with 37 points on nine-of-17 shooting, was immediately ejected as the Warriors lost for the second time in three games.

As for Durant, who was tossed for yelling at the referees, he made sure the booing Grizzlies crowd remembered he has a championship ring.

Durant had 29 points on 11-of-24 shooting, and added 13 rebounds.

The Warriors were called for three technical fouls during the contest, while there were a combined 54 fouls between the two teams. Golden State were called for 28 of those fouls, compare to Memphis’ 26.

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