• Steph Curry led all scorers in the Warriors' win over the Clippers
  • Curry lifts the lid on the incident with the referee during the fourth quarter
  • Dubs coach Steve Kerr makes a shocking revelation about Curry following the incident

Steph Curry steered the Golden State Warriors to a dramatic win over the Los Angeles Clippers.

The Warriors extended their winning streak to seven games after pulling off a 105-90 win over the Clippers on Sunday, November 28.

Curry led all scorers and exploded for a game-high 33 points that went along with five rebounds and six assists.

However, the biggest story thus far was Curry outburst at the referee following a no foul call play during the fourth quarter.

The two-time MVP went for a lay-up coming off a transition play and bumped into Clippers’ Terance Mann in mid-air.

Curry thought he drew a foul after the contact, but the referee did not call any.

Totally upset, Curry fumed at the referee and ended up getting a technical foul.

Speaking after the game, Curry--who was still displeased with the “T”--confessed that after the incident with the game official, the “avalanche started.”

But instead of completely losing his focus in the game, the Warriors marksman retaliated in a positive way.

"For me individually and for our team, I think we fueled off of that and just worried about putting the ball in the basket and that's when the avalanche started,” Curry told NBC Sports postgame.

"It was one of those situations where we felt like we had good momentum growing and in that third quarter our defense was unbelievable, some calls didn't go our way and the whole momentum shifted based on those and for us," he added.

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The Golden State Warriors lost their first post-season game since 2016 on Tuesday night to the Houston Rockets. In this picture, Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors celebrates after scoring against the Houston Rockets during Game Four of the Western Conference Finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at ORACLE Arena in Oakland, California, May 22, 2018. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

"It was kind of a B.S. T (technical foul) on whoever was talking on the bench and we kind of got a little distracted with that and you have those moments and decisions of where you're going to put your energy at, and obviously, I thought I got fouled so I wanted to let the emotions out and then you let it go and then you just play basketball.”

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr, on the other hand, also admitted that he too was “upset” of the referee’s decision.

He also acknowledged the fact that Curry is not the type of player that often goes after the officials.

However, Kerr stressed if Curry "knows he’s right,” the competitor in him comes out.

"It was as upset as I've seen Steph in a long time," Kerr said after the game. "And it was as upset as I've been in a long time, too. It's kind of a miracle that I didn't get a technical, but it seemed to get him going."

"He doesn't do it often, but when he knows he's right, the competitor in him comes out and he'll kind of lose his mind a little bit, but it often spurs him, like it did in this instance."