Are Warriors rubbing it in? Shaun Livingston and Tristan Thompson spark debate over basketball’s unwritten rules Reviewed by Momizat on . OAKLAND — If the fun-loving Warriors played baseball, they’d flip their bats after every home run. Stephen Curry might shimmy down the first-base line. Draymond OAKLAND — If the fun-loving Warriors played baseball, they’d flip their bats after every home run. Stephen Curry might shimmy down the first-base line. Draymond Rating:
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Are Warriors rubbing it in? Shaun Livingston and Tristan Thompson spark debate over basketball’s unwritten rules

OAKLAND — If the fun-loving Warriors played baseball, they’d flip their bats after every home run. Stephen Curry might shimmy down the first-base line. Draymond Green would scream at the pitcher all the way around the bases. JaVale McGee would … well, I don’t know what he would do, but it would weird and entertaining. Baseball, though, polices against this stuff with its old-school (and increasingly debated) unwritten rules. The quick version is that excessive celebration will get you a 95 mph fastball to the ribs. Basketball’s unwritten code is less documented, but it’s there. And when the Cleveland Cavaliers deemed the Warriors in violation late Thursday night on an otherwise meaningless play,

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