Steve Kerr furious after no-call, has to be restrained

Steve Kerr furious after no-call, has to be restrained
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr, center, is restrained by assistant coach Mike Brown, left, during the first quarter of the team's NBA basketball game against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016, in Oakland, Calif.

The Golden State Warriors-Oklahoma City Thunder game on Thursday night was highly anticipated because it’s the first time Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant are facing off since Durant left the Thunder. Steve Kerr kicked the energy up a couple notches in the very first quarter when he drew a technical after complaining about a no-call by the refs.

Steph Curry fell to the ground after attempting a shot with Andre Roberson in his face. Kerr believed that Curry was fouled on the play, and he let the refs know. Immediately after the play happened right in front of him, Kerr ran down the sideline screaming. Assistant coach Mike Brown had to hold Kerr back.

A technical was called on the passionate Warriors coach. Westbrook shot the tech free throw and missed.

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