In the 2015 Western Conference finals, Curry was thrown a fine of 5,000 US dollars and touched Jones to fly out _1

In the 2015 Western Conference finals, Curry was thrown a fine of 5,000 US dollars and touched Jones to fly out.
The NBA officially announced that in the opening game of the Western Conference Finals, regular season MVP winner Stephen Curry will be fined $5,000 for violating the league’s rules on fake falls.  Curry’s fall fell in the fourth quarter of the last game.It was 3 minutes and 08 seconds before the end of the game. The Rockets missed the offense. Curry grabbed the rebound and quickly advanced to the front court.Outside the three-point line, Curry first had a physical contact with Brewer and pulled up the shot directly after squeezing away the opponent.At this time, the Rockets insider Jones caught up from behind and jumped up to cover. Curry seemed to be hit, his body lost his center of gravity in the air, and then fell to the ground.But it was in this situation that Curry still hit the ball, making people call it incredible.Curry was throwing a penalty. Curry touched Jones and flew directly out of the first look. Curry did indeed shoot very high. He was able to hit a three-pointer in an incredible posture in the face of continuous physical confrontation.It’s too bad.Some people even questioned the referee. Why didn’t the ball blow Jones foul?  But after the video snapshot, things are not like this.It turned out that Jones had no physical contact with Curry during the jump preparation.It was Curry who twisted himself after the ball shot, pretending to be hit, and then fell to the ground. His purpose was obvious, that was to defraud.From the action point of view, Curry’s acting has exploded and has reached the MVP level, deceiving most people’s eyes.However, the referee was clear and did not punish Jones for a foul, giving the Warriors a 3+1 chance to be the star.  From the perspective of professional players, the reason why Curry fell is also for the benefit of himself and the team. This is understandable.But for the Rockets, they will become smarter when they defend Curry.Once Curry cheated the foul with an exaggerated performance, they would promptly correct the referee and put pressure on them instead of being dumb.  Of course, if it weren’t for throwing away, Curry’s three-pointer made a key impact on the game. This ball helped the Warriors expand their advantage to 9 points.Throughout the game, Curry hit 34 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists.(Shawn)