Steph Curry's mom doesn't approve of profane celebration

Desiree Burns
May 22, 2018

Curry and the Warriors will look to go up in the series 3-1 this Tuesday at home, where Golden State has not lost a postseason game since 2016. "She was telling me how I need to wash my mouth out, saying to wash it out with soap".

Green was not shocked by Curry's explosion because he expects more to come.

"A lot of it was just talking to myself, nearly like you've got to be your biggest fan sometimes", Curry said in a postgame interview, when describing the emotion he felt after hitting the big 3-pointer in the 3rd quarter.

"I already know", he said later, with a smile, when asked about the cursing. "I mean, you can't do that with these guys".

"We've got to be better", said Paul.

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Even with the July 2016 arrival of Kevin Durant, Curry's long-distance shooting has been the signature of this hugely successful Warriors run. Golden State shot 8-of-14 (6-of-10 contested) against Harden.

With Curry getting picked on defensively for the series' first two games, it was Harden's turn Sunday.

Steph Curry, who grew up in Charlotte, rallied Carolina Panthers fans in 2015 after hitting the "Keep Pounding" drum before a game. And you've got to - find whatever you want to get going. "My approach to every game is the same - you don't get too high on the highs, or too low on the lows".

After the game, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said he didn't think the injury was serious, but it apparently worsened overnight, and Iguodala did not practice on Monday. The Warriors won an NBA-record 16th consecutive home postseason game, surpassing the Chicago Bulls' mark of 15 in a row from April 27, 1990-May 21, 1991.

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