Why was Stephen Curry Ejected vs Ja Morant's Grizzlies?

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry got into trouble for his actions during the game against the Memphis Grizzlies. The Baby-Faced Assassin faced ejection for the third time in his entire NBA career for throwing his mouthguard off the court. Following the incident, the league issued a statement informing that Curry had been fined a huge sum of money. However, it seems like NBA fans are not satisfied with the outcome for a plethora of reasons. Stephen Curry has only ever been ejected three times in his career and all three of them coincidentally had the same reasons. In 2016, Steph was ejected when he threw his mouthpiece off the court and it fell on a courtside fan. In 2017, the mouthguard found another target in the form of a basketball official during the game against the Memphis Grizzlies.

NBA fans are not content with the fine amount

The mouthguard incident occurred in the fourth quarter of the game with just 1:14 remaining on the clock. Following a three-point shot by Jordan Poole during the game against the Memphis Grizzlies, Stephen Curry threw his mouthpiece at the courtside expressing his annoyance toward his teammate. Given that his mouthpiece did not hit anyone, he hadn’t expected the referees to eject him immediately.

Despite the unfortunate incident, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Grizzlies by 122-120 bringing their record to 24-24. Shortly afterwards, the National Basketball Association informed that they have fined Stephen Curry $25,000 for his actions.

Stephen Curry leads the Warriors against the Grizzlies

Despite Stephen Curry’s ejection, the 4X NBA champion helped the Golden State Warriors secure a win over Ja Morant’s Memphis Grizzlies by 122-120. Steph scored 34 points, two rebounds, and three assists. Teammate Klay Thompson added 24 points, three rebounds, and three assists. Whereas, Jordan Poole scored 21 points, five rebounds, and seven assists.

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