Or push night, at least.
The two ended up getting into a minor scuffle after it appeared that Durant fouled Beverley. Durant stood over him and when Beverly popped up to get in Durant's face, Ed Malloy sent both players to their respective locker rooms. Both were face-to-face on several occasions during the game.
This was Durant's second career postseason ejection, whereas, it's Beverley's third. It looked like Golden State had wrapped things up, but Beverley and Durant kept going at one another.
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But Warriors head coach Steve Kerr expressed disappointment afterward that Durant engaged in a verbal spat with the aggressive Beverley. "[Durant] took the bait, and that's two technicals". "We had to delay our film session so we could watch the last couple of holes. But you cannot take the bait because, that's a bad trade for us".
And Clippers coach Doc Rivers wan't exactly happy that it was Stephen Curry who turned out to be the thorn again. Curry finished with 38 points, hitting 11 of 16 field goals and 8-of-12 triples. In 91 playoff games, Curry passed Allen who achieved the feat in 171 career playoff games. On the court, it was Lou Williams and Montrezl Harrell that made the difference, combining for 51 of the Clippers' 104.
Ben Simmons is on the attack so far in Game 2 - he has seven points, four rebounds and three assists through one quarter. While the Warriors turned the ball over at a concerning rate on the offensive end, the defense stepped up and suffocated the Clippers, helping the Dubs take a double-digit lead into the break at Oracle Arena.