Tristan Thompson Ejected From NBA Finals Game 1 For Apparent Elbow

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But Thompson was back in the second quarter of Golden State's 124-114 win and swiftly hit his 293rd career playoff 3-pointer to pass Kobe Bryant (292) for sixth place on the NBA's all-time postseason threes list. "I mean, he's great on the [offensive] boards".

Thompson had taken exception to Warriors guard Shaun Livingston putting up a shot with five seconds left in overtime and the game in hand. He always causes problems with that.

Prior to the actual altercation, Love was already on the court arguing the referees' decision to eject Tristan Thompson. And if anybody is offended because you're playing the game the way the clock and the rules are telling you to play, then I think that's silly. Thompson responded by taking the ball and shoving it into Green's face.

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The Cleveland Cavaliers were down by eight when Livingston took his shot, which resulted in a flagrant two foul on Thompson after he put his elbow in Livingston's face. "That was very uncalled for, especially if two guys are just talking".

"I didn't hear him", Thompson said, "but I heard him, and the rest is history". Green was seen mimicking a cheerleader waving pompoms to mock Perkins, who was screaming toward the Warriors' side of the court. "It don't matter. Life goes on". Maybe he was trying to increase his points.

Information from ESPN's Dave McMenamin and Chris Haynes was used in this report. "Kevin [Durant] threw me the ball and he threw it to me like we were still playing". No disrespect. We just play the game.

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