Stephen Curry exploded at his teammates during a timeout in the Warriors’ game against the Clippers last night, which they lost in a blowout.
It has been quite a while since fans have seen Stephen Curry on a bad team. For the most part, the 32-year-old has been incredible this season. Unfortunately for him though, the players around just can’t seem to play consistently.
In their most recent game, the Warriors lost in blowout fashion to the Clippers. To be honest, this isn’t a loss the team necessarily needs to be ashamed about. The Clippers has been one of the best in the NBA this season, and are contending for the title.
However, it seems Stephen Curry doesn’t completely agree with that opinion.
Stephen Curry screamed at his teammates as the Golden State Warriors lose to the LA Clippers
The game evidently wasn’t a good one for the Golden State Warriors. Stephen Curry was held to just 14 points during this game. Though it must be said that he was only on the floor for 27 minutes.
The team overall struggled on both ends of the floor during the game. It almost seemed like the players realized they were outmatched mid-way through the game, and stopped trying completely. And this is most likely what angered Stephen Curry the most.
During one of the timeouts, the three-time champion was incredibly animated. The player was furiously screaming at the team when the camera caught him. And he only stopped when the timeout was over.
Steph Curry on this sideline clip: “It’s always about what’s happening in the moment. That’s just basketball. Trying to bring competitiveness and leadership in different type of ways.” https://t.co/h4saggHfQT
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) March 12, 2021
Many may only have seen the player smiling and laughing due to his persona. But he also has incredible drive and fighting spirit. And this incident is living proof of that very fact.
The team has shown that they are much better than this during different stages of the season. Now, all they need to do is perform at that level consistently during the second half of the season.