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There's only one good player in the league from Stephen Kerry: the nervous Stephen Kerry - Walla! sport

2021-11-29T10:53:32.962Z

The Golden State star was outraged by the refereeing decision, responding with a sting and explosion: "He hasn't been nervous like that in a long time." And also: Milwaukee signs Demarcoz Cousins



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There is only one good player in the league from Stephen Kerry: the nervous Stephen Kerry

The Golden State star was outraged by the refereeing decision, responding with a sting and explosion: "He hasn't been nervous like that in a long time."

And also: Milwaukee signs Demarcus Cousins

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Monday, 29 November 2021, 12:26 Updated: 12:50

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This season you should not annoy Stephen Kerry. The Golden State star got angry tonight (Sunday) with a whistle against him during the Warriors' 90: 105 victory over the Clippers, and from that moment on made the opponent pay for it. Kerry scored 13 of his 33 points in the fourth quarter, with 9 minutes to go he looked nervous after an offense committed on him by Terence Mann of the Clippers. Kerry got very upset, reacted angrily demonstratively and approached the referee threateningly, got a technical foul, and had a hard time calming down. Shortly afterwards he buried another typical three-pointer, and reacted sarcastically when he signaled a "technical foul" to the referee. It ended in an eighth straight win for Golden State, the team with the best balance in the league (2:18).



"I thought Paul had done that to me, so I let go of all the emotions," Kerry admitted. I felt I did it well, and I did not let it become a distraction from the game, and in fact it helped us win the game. "

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Steph (Photo: GettyImages, Kevork Djansezian)

Reached 100 threes in 19 games.

Not bad Mr. Kerry (Photo: GettyImages, Kevork Djansezian)

Kerry puts up an average of 28.4 points per game this season, swept the Warriors into a rare balance with his own hands, broke the record (which of course was his) for the fastest player of the season for 100 threes (19 games), and tonight reacted in an uncharacteristic way that surprised his teammates.

"He was as nervous as I had not seen him in a long time," coach Steve Kerr said of the star, "and for me it was annoying, as I had not been for a long time, so it's a miracle I didn't get technical either. But apparently that motivated him."

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Steph said, "Then I laughed, because I knew what was going on here. There's a competition, there's a game, there's an emotion, and I want it so badly. I'll use anything that turns me on. I let the emotion run wild, and when that happens, I say to myself, 'Okay, "We will start playing, 'and I like to control this moment, because if not, something happens that should not happen, something that should not happen, the goal is to play basketball."



Drymond Green saw this happen.

"You could tell the flame was coming out of it," Green said of Steph's explosion, "I told Jordan Paul, 'Look, he's going to give a mouthful.'

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Golden State is now preparing for a meeting against another hot team, the Phoenix Suns, the Western champion that comes after 16 consecutive wins.

"It's a team led by Devin Booker and Chris Paul," Green said, "so we'll have to cut off the snake's head. But I think it's going to be a good game, that everyone's waiting for it. These are two teams that play well, and if they won 16 in a row, "And we have a great opportunity to do that."

Does he have anything else to contribute?

Cousins ​​will try to prove (Photo: GettyImages)

Milwaukee is signing Demarcus Cousins, 31, the veteran chin, who will sign a non-binding temporary contract in the ranks of the champion, who needs power under the baskets in light of Brock Lopez's injury.

The Bucks did not officially confirm the move, but hinted that it was indeed happening.

"Brock is an important part of our roster," Yannis Antocompo admitted after the 100-118 win over Indiana, "and I can no longer wait for him to return, but in the end, without Brock, we have no more high, so adding someone else would be good."

Cousins ​​played last year for Houston and the Clippers, including good moments in the Clippers uniform in the playoffs.

His career averages are 20.4 points and 10.6 rebounds per game, but throughout his career he has suffered two serious injuries.

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