National Basketball Association hands Warriors' Stephen Curry $50000 fine for mouthpiece incident

Aubrey Yates
October 24, 2017

Beloved NBA star Steph Curry took a moment before his game against the Dallas Mavericks Monday night to console a young boy who had just lost his father in a auto accident.

The meeting was set up by Curry's brother, Seth, a backup guard with the Mavericks, and Warriors guard Shaun Livingston, a longtime friend of Harris', Curry told reporters after the game, per The Athletic's Anthony Slater.

The fine means Curry will be free to play later Monday in the Dubs game against the Dallas Mavericks.

Late Saturday, Curry tweeted: "No excuse for that!"

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Brayden is a fan of Curry's.

Harris' brother, Bruce, died in a auto crash last Thursday. "At that age, I can't imagine what he's going through". Hopefully they'll be there for him.

Rookie Jordan Bell who the Dubs acquired in a draft day trade with the Chicago Bulls was one of those young bucks who benefited from the extended playing time.

Kerr told the media after the game that he was able to eventually track Carlisle down and told him that he would talk with Bell about the play. The Warriors point guard said he simply wanted to "lift his spirits as best as he can". In addition to encouraging Brayden, Stephen Curry autographed some items for him. "There's no right thing to say in that situation, but you just try to show him that there are a lot of people thinking about him". "At the end of the day, it's not about the money, it's about me not doing stupid stuff and losing my cool like that".

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