With four minutes left in the fourth quarter, Stephen Curry got in front of LeBron James after a rebound. Unfortunately for Curry and the Warriors, that was a foul. Steph's sixth foul, in fact. And knowing that he was ejected, Curry got heated.
He got so heated that he hurled his mouthguard, lea; unfortunately it hit a fan. Curry quickly realized that his emotions got the best of him and calmed himself down before quickly running to the tunnel.
Throwing something at a fan might call for a suspension, but we'll wait and see if the NBA decides to do that for Game 7.
Steve Kerr, though, doesn't think that'll be a problem. When asked after the game, the Warriors' coach said he wasn't concerned about losing his star for the series clincher. Prior to that, Kerr went off at the officiating.
"He's the MVP of the league. He gets six fouls on him, and three of them were absolutely ridiculous."
Later, he added: "Three of the six fouls were incredibly inappropriate calls for anybody, much less the MVP of the league. I'm happy he threw his mouthpiece. He should be upset."