With only 10 minutes left on the clock in Game 2 of theNBA Finals on Sunday and the Golden State Warriors carrying a 12-point lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers, point guard Steph Curry lay down on the sidelines with a towel over his head.
Curry haters were quick to say the NBA's two-time MVP was taking a "nap," and on social media they accused him of being disrespectful for not watching the game and appearing relaxed while the teams battled on the court.
"Steph Curry took that quick mid-game 'This ain't even worth my time' nap,' shared one Twitter.
"The audacity!" wrote another.
"Anyone that's played sports knows how absolutely unacceptable that is," chimed in one.
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A few recognized that Curry might have needed a quiet moment to recharge and gain focus.
"It's called visualizing what you are going to do when you get out there again. Common," wrote one.
Whatever Curry was doing, it worked. The Warriors went on to win by a landslide, 132–113, giving the team a 2-0 lead in the Finals. Curry walked away with his first career postseason triple-double (32 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists).
The NBA Finals continue Wednesday night when the Warriors and Cavs play game three at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. Warriors fans are probably hoping he gets plenty of rest between now and then.