Kevin Durant Keeps Getting Ejected

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Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins were tossed from Monday night's Warriors-Pelicans game after getting two technical fouls and their dispute continued backstage following the game.

Durant appeared to take special exception to Cousins jutting his head toward Durant like a battering ram.

Kerr's third quarter timeout came just a few minutes after he told Warriors' sideline reporter Kerith Burke, "We f-ing sucked", en route to the locker room at halftime.

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This is the second time in three days that Durant has been ejected.

Though the Warriors didn't carry their momentum into the fourth quarter, they did play bucket-for-bucket with New Orleans and finally took their first lead of the half on an Andre Iguodala transition dunk with eight and a half minutes to play.

It's possible Durant and Cousins could be assessed $25,000 fines for failing to leave the court in a timely manner, but we'll have to wait and see what the league chooses to do.

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"Yeah, yeah, early in the game, we got a couple of techs just arguing with the refs", Durant said.

In addition to these two getting ejected, Warriors point guard, Steph Curry, also left the game with a serious ankle sprain. But I have to be more focused than that. "It is what it is, we're both going to stand up for ourselves and that's what happened". We said what we had to say and moved on.

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