Late in the first quarter on Wednesday night, Steph Curry went after a loose ball near the sideline and he took a spill over the courtside seats.
The result: A large bump on his right elbow, that "looks like it has a tennis ball on top of it."
Draymond Green did not like Curry's decision-making.
"When Curry went after that ball, I thought ‘C’mon, just let it go and we will be all right,'" he explained in a diary entry in The Undefeated. "It’s playoff basketball. Every possession matters. He showed that diving over the fans for the ball. But I’d rather him not do that again.
"I saw it and said, ‘Oh, it’s a bursa sac.’ He was like, ‘Yeah, it’s fat.’"
The incident didn't affect Curry, who finished the game with 28 points on just 15 shots.
Draymond, who flirted with a triple-double -- 10 points, eight rebounds, seven assists -- understands Curry's pain.
"I’ve actually had one of those before," Draymond explained. "It’s painful for a while. It’s going to stay there for a while. That wasn’t a pretty sight. I was a little worried. You just ice it, put a little compression on it and hopefully it will go down.
"Usually, those things take quite a while to go down. But it is usually something you can play with depending on the severity of it."
Curry has a couple of days to rest, as Game 3 is Sunday night in Oklahoma City.