Steph Curry’s nose bloodied after apparent Pacers foul goes uncalled


Steph’s nose bloodied after apparent Pacers foul uncalled originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Steph Curry’s nose was bloodied, but he was no worse for wear after a hard foul at the end of the first half of the Warriors’ game against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday.

Curry caught a left arm from Pacers big man Myles Turner as he swiped down to try and block Curry’s layup with just over a minute remaining in the second quarter. The two-time NBA MVP needed treatment on the Warriors’ bench during the next stoppage in play.

Turner, meanwhile, wasn’t called for a foul.

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Curry stayed in the game, knocking down a floater with just shy of 40 seconds remaining in the half and starting the third. The 32-year-old spoke with the officials after the horn sounded, perhaps to make his case that he should’ve had more trips to the free-throw line in the first two quarters.

The Warriors made all 14 of their free throws in the first half, but nobody — Curry included — attempted more than two.

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