SHOCKING NEWS: Stephen Curry rips his jersey in frustration after…

Stephen Curry could not hide his frustration after coming up short against LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers 145-144 in double overtime

Curry did all he could for the Golden State Warriors, finishing with 46 points, three rebounds and seven assists, shooting 9-for-21 from behind the arc. Fifteen of Curry’s 46 came during the two overtimes.

He forced overtime with a slick move and layup against Anthony Davis at the end of regulation, and he made a three to put the Dubs up 144-143 with 4.7 seconds left in the second OT, but it wasn’t enough.

LeBron makes history against Curry

Draymond Green fouled James, who made both free throws and gave the Lakers the win. James finished with 36 points, 20 rebounds (a career high) and 12 assists, the first Laker to do so since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

After the game, Warriors coach Steve Kerr complained about the 43-16 difference in free throws between the teams, but the way Steph shredded his jersey in disgust seemed to signal more tension than just one loss against the Lakers.

Golden State is now 12th in the Western Conference, five games below .500 (19-24) and three games back in the standings from the last spot in the Play-In Tournament.

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