Steph Curry, Draymond Green pick up celebration techs late in Warriors' win

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Steph, Draymond, who was hit with "ridiculous" techniques late in Dub's win, originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea
Long after they were removed from the Warriors' blowout win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday, technical fouls plagued Draymond Green and Steph Curry.
After a layup by Jordan Poole with less than 90 seconds remaining, Green was penalized with a technical foul for stepping on the court while celebrating the game.
Less than a minute later, Donte DiVincenzo made a 3-pointer, causing Curry to come off the bench near the opponent's basket to celebrate. He waved a towel wildly and received a technical foul.
It seemed like Curry wanted to prove something.
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After the game, Green spoke to reporters in Minnesota and appreciated Curry's support.
"Absolutely," Green told reporters. "100 percent."
Green then went on to explain what the referees said.
"They told me I was at the lane line," Green said. "I thought I was in the corner, so I don't know. Crap. It's the NBA man. Your teammates make a good move. I didn't affect the game like there was no one around me. And the fact that that's going to count, come on.
"It's ridiculous. But whatever. It is what it is."
The NBA has made it a focus this season to prevent players from entering the court mid-game and dishing out technical fouls when this happens.
During the Western Conference Finals in May, the Warriors stood on the other side as the Dallas Mavericks constantly pushed the bench to the limit.
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Luckily for Green, Curry and the Warriors, the outcome of the game was not in doubt and the technical fouls didn't affect the outcome.
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