Warriors not happy with Kendrick Perkins' 'dangerous' bench incident with Stephen Curry

  • Warriors not happy with Kendrick Perkins' 'dangerous' bench incident with Stephen Curry

Warriors not happy with Kendrick Perkins' 'dangerous' bench incident with Stephen Curry

Some Warriors believe it was a unsafe play by Perkins and told ESPN that was the reason the 6-foot-3 guard confronted the 6-foot-10 center, resulting in the two standing face-to-face and exchanging words in front of the Cavaliers bench before being separated.

Curry posted 33 points for the Warriors and surpassed the previous record of eight three-pointers.

The biggest compliment you can give the Cavs right now is both games of the series have been closer for longer than most people expected them to be heading in. "And usually when I'm in that mindset, good things happen, whether that means it's a finals MVP or not, who cares, but I'm going to be playing like it, for sure".

Cleveland Cavaliers guard George Hill probably had that enlightening in Game 2 of the 2018 NBA Finals when Curry buried an insane 3-pointer just as the shot clock expired in the fourth quarter. "No comment", Curry told Chris Haynes of ESPN.

The Warriors won NBA Finals Game 1 in overtime and then easily took Game 2.

"Some Warriors believe it was a risky play by Perkins.the fear was Curry could have sprained an ankle or suffered a knee injury", Haynes writes. Or is it simply the NBA Finals atmosphere seeping through the players' psyche? This is what the Warriors are doing with James - there's a defender at the point of attack pressing into James, but also Draymond Green and a second help defender behind that, looking to force the Cavs' forward to pass the ball or pull up for a 10-to-15-foot shot.

A new video has emerged, revealing what Curry said to Perkins during the altercation.

Game 3 between Cavs and Warriors tips off on Thursday morning at 2am United Kingdom time. He hasn't probably been as consistent as he was past year, but neither have we.

No players were quoted, but the sentiment is clear - it was a risky play by although Curry himself declined to feed the flames of the encounter in the media, sying: “Im not going to get into it.