Steve Kerr had a fantastically sarcastic response to Stephen Curry's ejection

Lawrence Cooper
October 24, 2017

Memphis Grizzlies' center Marc Gasol put up 34 points and 14 boards in a win over the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night. Golden State, the defending National Basketball Association champions, are off to a 1-2 start.

The two-time MVP was fined $50,000 for throwing his mouthpiece near the end of Saturday night's game in Memphis, the league announced. Curry felt as though he may have been hit on the way up, and during his complaints to the ref - Curry was also hit on the previous possession that also resulted in a no-call - threw his patented mouthguard at the official. ESPN's Chris Hayes and Grizzlies' beat reporter Jon Roser noted as much in separate tweets, which you can see below.

Steph Curry owes the National Basketball Association some money.

"I think he should be suspended eight, maybe 10 games for that", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said sarcastically after the game. He's just kidding everyone.

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On Monday, the National Basketball Association announced Curry was fined $50,000 for the action, which also led to his ejection during the game, via James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area.

Draymond Green echoed similar emotions during the post-game media scrum, calling the actions of his teammates something that has been a detriment to their previous winning ways.

The entire Warriors squad was reportedly ragging on the referees for not calling what they thought were obvious fouls against the Grizzlies on more than one occasion during the game.

Curry also took to Twitter to issue a short statement.

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