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Steve Kerr explains reaction leading to ejection


Steve Kerr was a bit upset tonight when Draymond Green was called for a flagrant foul. He slammed down his clipboard, got up in the face of referee Ken Mauer, and uttered some less than PG words before he was ejected from the game.

Here was the ejection:

“I was just shocked that that was called a flagrant foul,” Kerr said after the game. “I’m not sure how that’s determined. I don’t know if that’s determined in New York or if it’s the officials on the floor, but that was head-scratching that that could be called a flagrant foul. I mean, the guys going in for a dunk, you have to make sure he doesn’t dunk it. I told Kenny (Mauer, head official) that I begged to differ.”

Kerr was then asked about the clipboard spike.

“I forgot about that part,” Kerr said. “There might have been a couple other words in there too.”

“I don’t know, I’m going to have to ask Yoder if the clipboard broke when I threw it down,” Kerr said. “But I got a little anger out, so that was good.”

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