Myers says Steph's 'T' celebration was 'pretty good'


Sometimes professional athletes -- just like everyone else -- let their emotions get the best of them. 

That was the case Sunday night when Warriors star Steph Curry received a technical foul against the Los Angeles Clippers, then proceeded to drain three consecutive 3-pointers and celebrate by throwing up a "T" with his hands

Everybody seemed to have a good laugh over it, including Warriors general manager Bob Myers. 

"He T’ed himself up," Myers said on 95.7 The Game's "The Morning Roast" on Tuesday. "That was a little out of Steph's character. I started laughing, that was pretty good."

If you're going to direct a celebration at a call a referee made, it's always reassuring to have the support of your own GM. 

Myers knew that it was an out-of-character moment from Steph, someone who he normally views as the calm leader of the team. 

"Yeah, I didn't mind it," Myers added. "He's such an amazing leader, and in the season of 82 games, it's kind of like how [former San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey] was. You gotta have some kind of calmness to it too because it's so long. But we balance that out with Draymond [Green] who's anything but calm. Maybe you have both kinds of leaders and it works well with our team."

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Curry's celebrations, as unique as they are, are almost never directed at somebody. Steph's "T" celebration was a rare slip that seemingly everyone enjoyed. 

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