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.
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"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.