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SportChris Paul reportedly booted Stephen Curry out of his own shooting session

18:55  12 may  2019
18:55  12 may  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Paul found out about the impromptu shooting session and decided to head to the Toyota Center to get his own shots in, effectively nulling Curry 's practice. Curry tried to make the situation work and offered to practice with a half court so Paul could have the other half, but Paul said no.

Paul found out about the impromptu shooting session and decided to head to the Toyota Center to get his own shots in, effectively nulling While Curry had been in a postseason slump, the incident might have added fuel to the fire — he went from zero points at halftime to 33 by the end of the game.

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Chris Paul had a little karma coming his way after he tried to get into Stephen Curry's head and disrupt his preparation.

According to The Athletic, the night before Friday's Game 6 matchup between the Rockets and the Warriors, Curry decided to head to the Toyota Center in Houston and set up a shooting session to work on his shot.

Warriors team manager Eric Housen set up an hour block for Curry to be alone in the arena to work on basic fundamentals. Paul found out about the impromptu shooting session and decided to head to the Toyota Center to get his own shots in, effectively nulling Curry's practice.

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Chris Paul had a little karma coming his way after he tried to get into Stephen Curry 's head and disrupt his preparation. Paul found out about the impromptu shooting session and decided to head to the Toyota Center to get his own shots in, effectively nulling Curry 's practice.

Chris Paul reportedly kicked Stephen Curry off the practice court before Game 6, but Warriors players had the last laugh after eliminating the Stephen Curry scored 33 points in the second half of Game 6 on Friday to help the Golden State Warriors eliminate the Houston Rockets and advance to.

Curry tried to make the situation work and offered to practice with a half court so Paul could have the other half, but Paul said no.

Ultimately, Curry had to leave the Toyota Center and did not get a practice session in.

However, Curry and the Warriors had the last laugh Friday night, when they ousted the Rockets from the playoffs by winning Game 6, 118-113.

While Curry had been in a postseason slump, the incident might have added fuel to the fire — he went from zero points at halftime to 33 by the end of the game. Sixteen of those points were scored in the last five minutes.

It appears there is truth to the report, since after the game Curry and teammate Draymond Green locked eyes heading off the court, prompting Curry to scream, "Kick me off the court again, boy!"

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Chris Paul apparently kicked Stephen Curry off practice court ahead of Game 6: Chris Paul reportedly booted Stephen Curry The Warriors do-it-all manager Eric Housen booked the court, from 7 to 8 p.m., so Curry could work on his shot . Somehow, Rockets guard Chris Paul got wind.

Houston Rockets point guard Chris Paul reportedly had Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry kicked off the Toyota Center court Thursday After the Warriors closed the series out , Curry could be heard exclaiming, "Kick me off the court again, boy," in video captured by CBSSports.com's

Green then responded, "Kick him off! Kick him off!"

Looks like Paul should be rethinking his petty tactics for next season.

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