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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