Chris Paul's right-wing jumper with 5:20 remaining in the third quarter on Wednesday night cut the Warriors' lead to 84-59.
It also sent Steve Kerr into a rage.
Moments before Paul's shot went through the basket, Kerr jumped off the bench and immediately began harping at referee Sean Wright.
As Shaun Livingston began to dribble the ball down the floor, veteran official Joey Crawford, who was positioned on the other side of the floor, blew his whistle and handed Steve Kerr his first technical foul as head coach of the Warriors.
How did it feel?
"I didn't really think I earned it," Kerr said while laughing following the Warriors' 121-104 victory. "It was frustrating. The third quarter was very frustrating. The game sort of stopped.
I think we were all frustrated. I got my first 'T' so that's the way it goes."
So why was Kerr so frustrated?
"What he's (Kerr) saying is, 'Chris Paul keeps carrying the ball,'" Warriors TV play-by-play broadcaster Bob Fitzgerald explained to the audience. "And he's had enough of it...
"What Steve did, two or three trips prior, said 'He's carrying it, he's carrying it, he's carrying it,' well then that one happened right in front of him and he kind of lost it."
Kerr's squad is 4-0, and he is the first coach in Warriors franchise history to win the first four games of his career.