Steph Curry congratulates Tiger Woods after winning Masters

Steph Curry congratulates Tiger Woods after winning Masters

The Clippers had their moments in Game 1 as Harrell and Williams looked great on offense, but you never felt like the Warriors were in danger after taking the early lead. "We talked about it the last couple of days". Kerr made sure the Warriors tuned in to see Woods' victory. "It was pretty fantastic and fun to watch".

In the biggest sports storyline of the weekend Tiger Woods won his first major since 2008. He was ranked as low as 1,199th in the world as recently as November 2017.

Hours before the defending National Basketball Association champion Golden State Warriors were to face the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series Monday, forward Kevin Durant apologized for his ejection in the Saturday's Game 1 opener.

Steph Curry, an avid golfer, was no doubt glued to a television set like the rest of us Sunday morning, and following the win he congratulated Tiger on Twitter. "It might not be flashy but we all got to do our jobs".

Golden State forward Kevon Looney told reporters he thought Curry "almost cried" following Woods' final round.

However, Curry might not have picked the best words considering the platform and the time of the year. The Clippers, seeded eighth in the Western Conference, were actually the last team to eliminate the Warriors in the playoffs five years ago, but this time, they were overpowered by the three-time defending champs and the top seed.

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