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#pounditThursday, April 25, 2024

Warriors players share thoughts on incident between Kyle Lowry, owner

Several Golden State Warriors players were asked on Thursday for their thoughts on Kyle Lowry being shoved by a member of the team’s ownership group, and they appeared to take the side of their opponent.

Lowry dove into the crowd to try to save a loose ball in the fourth quarter of Game 4, and he was blatantly shoved by a man who was later identified as Warriors minority investor Mark Stevens. Golden State has since suspended Stevens from all team activities and the NBA has banned him from attending games indefinitely. No one is defending his actions, including players on the Warriors’ side.

Stephen Curry and Draymond Green both commended Lowry for how he handled the situation.

Andre Iguodala said he hopes the Warriors and the NBA handle the incident “the right way.”

What Stevens did was immature and embarrassing for the Warriors. There’s probably no precedent for something like it, which is what the team and league mean when they say they are “investigating.” Lowry made it clear what he believes should happen to Stevens, and that was before he knew he was part of Golden State’s ownership group. Stevens clearly doesn’t have many people in his corner.


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