Kevin Durant and Patrick Beverley get ejected in Warriors' Game 1 win

Florence Fletcher
April 15, 2019

Steve Kerr made sure two-time defending National Basketball Association champions the Golden State Warriors tuned in to see Tiger Woods' victory at Augusta on Sunday.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said the Warriors spent the last two days leading up to Game 1 preparing for Beverley, one of the biggest irritants in the game... all for naught, especially in the case of Durant.

"Everybody was pretty excited", Kerr told reporters, via The Mercury News. "It was pretty incredible and fun to watch".

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Woods last earned a major title at the U.S. Open in 2008. Woods career was then sidetracked by injuries and off-the-course issues. I thought there could be a chance that the Warriors allow the Clippers to hang around, but they came out with the right intensity and took care of business despite all the player ejections. "It's kind of fun for us to watch other athletes in other sports and watch their determination and their adversity". As a team, the Warriors shot 49 percent from the field and 14 of 30 from the 3-point line as they never looked in danger after taking a 13-point lead going into halftime. We've got tons of sports fans and it's just fun.

Woods said the win was "unreal" for him.

Curry has played in some major golf tournaments over the years, including the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship in Lake Tahoe, as well as the Tour's Ellie Mae Classic. "I applied what I learned from those and was able to seal the deal today". They topped the Los Angeles Clippers 121-104 in game one of their opening-round series on Saturday.

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