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Bucks fan gets ejected for yelling obscenities at Klay Thompson

WarriorsWire logo WarriorsWire 1/13/2018 Chris Biderman
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A fan sitting beneath the Warriors basket yelled something at Klay Thompson after a spill in the fourth quarter of Golden State's victory on Friday, causing a reaction from David West and Shaun Livingston. It didn't take long for the fan to get ejected.

"David West said the fan was cussing at (Thompson), so they kicked him out quickly," Steve Kerr said, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic. "So they handled it really well."

"Just a lot of words I probably can't repeat on camera," Thompson said when asked about it postgame, per Mark Medina of the Bay Area News Group. "I think he got his money's worth, and that's alright."

The Warriors wound up winning, 108-94, after the Bucks took a two-point lead heading into the fourth quarter. Golden State's defense picked up dramatically in the final frame after Milwaukee outscored Kerr's team by 16 in the third quarter.

Kevin Durant scored 26 and Draymond Green added 21 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists. The Bucks shot just 5-of-19 in the final frame. Thompson finished with 12 after sitting out Wednesday's game to rest. He didn't make a 3 on Friday, ending his streak of 95 consecutive games with a made shot from distance.

Perhaps seeing the game slip away, while the Warriors were without Stephen Curry, caused the fan to loose his cool.


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