Steve Kerr: Warriors delayed film session to watch Tiger Woods' Masters win

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With his 8th three-pointer made in Game 1 in their series against the Los Angeles Clippers, Curry passed Ray Allen with his 386th postseason make.

The Warriors and Clippers will play Game 2 on Monday, April 15. Durant laughed at Beverley's taunts. It looked like Golden State had wrapped things up, but Beverley and Durant kept going at one another.

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Practice takes precedence for the six-time NBA All-Star, but he is rooting for Woods - just two strokes back from leader Francesco Molinari after three rounds - to rack up major number 15. "We had to delay our film session so we could watch the last couple of holes. That's what Beverley does", Kerr said. He's a hell of a defender who plays hard. "But you cannot take the bait because, that's a bad trade for us". Warriors star Stephen Curry, who probably could have been a pro golfer if he wasn't busy breaking 3-point records, was among the many athletes watching as Woods earned his fifth green jacket.

The reserves stepped up for the Clippers with Montrezl Harrell leading with 26 points and Lou Williams tallying 25 points and 9 assists. The only blemish on the night from their perspective was a scuffle in the 4th quarter which saw Kevin Durant ejected after receiving a double technical for trash talking with Patrick Beverley a moment too long. However, Kyrie Irving could still theoretically hit another game-winner in Oracle.

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