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Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry went to Chicago and left with a souvenir he probably could have done without. Warriors beat writer Marcus Thompson shared the above photo of Curry shortly after the Dubs lost to the Bulls 103-87 on Friday. In his tweet, Thompson implied that Curry received the scratch from Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich.
We have no confirmation about when and how the scratch was received, but it might not be a bad idea for Curry to mix in a tetanus shot at some point during the road trip.
And Kris Humphries thought his scratch mark was bad? That was nothing.
Photo credit: Twitter/Marcus Thompson
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