Jordan Poole Opens Up On Steph Curry's Ejection At The End Of Grizzlies-Warriors Game

During Wednesday's 122-120 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies for the Golden State Warriors, Jordan Poole voiced his opinion regarding Steph Curry's late-game ejection.

With 1:14 remaining and the Warriors leading 116-114, Curry threw his mouthguard in anger after Poole made a poor shot attempt.

Curry's reaction resulted in a technical foul and his dismissal from the contest by the officials.

After the game, Poole expressed his displeasure with the decision, as reported by Talkin' NBA:

"No reason he should be thrown out in the last 3 minutes of the game. He's one of the greatest players of all-time."

Three ejections from Steph Curry's career. It's interesting that he threw his mouthguard, which caused all of them.

Fortunately, the victory was still secured by the Golden State Warriors defeating the Memphis Grizzlies without Curry's clutch performance.

The Dubs needed the victory badly because they were one game out of .500. Up until that point, Curry was on fire, scoring 34 points on 53/50/91 splits.

During Curry's absence, Klay Thompson and Jordan Poole managed the situation.