Stephen Curry reached his breaking point in Game 6 of the NBA Playoffs and it was all LeBron James’s fault! HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE scoop that Steph is mad over LeBron’s ‘trash talk’ and he’s going to get revenge in Game 7!
The NBA Finals have left Stephen Curry, 28, feeling extremely frustrated! The Golden State Warriors star lost had zero chill after he was ejected in Game 6, and he tossed his mouth guard at a fan! Now, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned that Steph wished he chucked it at LeBron James, 31, instead!
“When you see Steph lose his cool, you know it’s serious,” a source close to the Warriors’ sharpshooter EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife.com. “He was not having it last night with LeBron or the stupid refs.” Stephen was ejected from the game after receiving six fouls, and his vented his anger by whipping his mouth guard at a taunting fan!
“He was so damn mad at everyone,” the source tells HollywoodLife.com. “He wishes that he would have hit LeBron square in the face with his mouth guard because all that trash talk [LeBron] was giving left a bad taste in Steph’s mouth.” Steph actually apologized to the fan he hit, who turned out to be Andrew Forbes, son of Cleveland Cavaliers minority owner, Nate Forbes, according to SB Nation.
Steph was actually pretty lucky, as hitting a fan could have possibly landed him a suspension. Instead, he was fined $25,000 for his actions. Ouch! However, He’s ready to put this all behind him and focus on winning a second NBA Championship. “Game 6 is in the books and it’s going to be a whole new look for Steph and the Warriors in Game 7,” the source tells HollywoodLife.com. “Steph is going to leave his soul on the court Sunday – just watch.”
Stephen’s not the only one who left Game 6 seeing red. His wife, Ayesha Curry, 27, went on a Twitter rant, saying that the NBA “is absolutely rigged for money…or ratings. [I’m] not sure which.” Steve’s coach, Steve Kerr, 50, had his player’s back, saying “Three of the six fouls were incredibly inappropriate calls for anybody,” and that “he should be upset.” Though, everyone should duck for cover if Steph gets fouled out again in Game 7. Mouth guards, basketballs and anything else might just go flying.
Do you think Steph had a right to be angry, HollywoodLifers? Do you think he will keep his cool for Game 7?