Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant ejected in loss to Grizzlies


The two former MVPs were ejected during the Warriors' 111-102 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies.

Clearly agitated by earlier decisions from the officials, Curry ended up throwing his mouthpiece in the direction of the referee after expecting a foul call as he drove to the basket. James Ennis III added 13 points, and Tyreke Evans scored 12 as Memphis shot 47 percent compared to 39 percent for Golden State.

But Golden State never got close enough to catch the Grizzlies down the stretch.

Thompson (31 points), Curry (28) and Durant (22) combined for 81 points against the Pelicans after totaling 58 on only 21-of-47 shooting (44.7 percent).

With just 43 seconds left in the fourth quarter, the Warriors were trailing by eight points when all hope of a late comeback dissipated. The Warriors shot 12 of 38 from 3-point range. The Grizzlies turned up their defense, forcing a trio of turnovers and scoring 15 straight points to stretch the lead to 18.

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For a team coming off their second National Basketball Association championship in three years, the Golden State Warriors appear to be a dysfunctional group. Draymond Green played in his 400th career game.

The Warriors (1-2) got 37 points from guard Stephen Curry and 29 points and 13 rebounds from forward Kevin Durant, but it wasn't enough as the Grizzlies led nearly the entire game and by as many as 19 points in the second half.

The defending-champion Warriors fell to 1-2 on the season following the loss. F Jarell Martin took his place in the starting lineup Saturday night.

WARRIORS: Wrap up a three-game trip in Dallas on Monday with a game against the Mavericks.