Found January 26, 2013 on Minus Twenty-Two:
That photo (via Marcus Thompson) is of Stephen Curry’s arm after the Warriors’ ugly loss to the Bulls Friday night. Did he get into a scuffle with a mountain lion on the way to the locker room? No, based on Thompson’s description, the gruesome scratch comes courtesy of Kirk Hinrich. The Bulls point guard gashed the Dubs from behind the arc (6-of-7 on three’s) and also evidently gashed them physically, too. Dude, Hinrich. Time to cut your nails, bro. [photo via @gswscribe]
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