We all saw Warriors minority owner Mark Stevens shove Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry.
But we weren't aware of what the "vulgar language" was that the Golden State minority owner used until Thursday afternoon when Lowry confirmed it during his NBA Finals media availability.
According to Lowry, Stevens said "Go f--- yourself" multiple times after the point guard crashed into the stands early in the fourth quarter of Game 3 on Wednesday night.
Kyle Lowry said Warriors investor Mark Stevens said "go f-- yourself" "multiple times" after shoving him during a Game 3 incident.
Lowry said Stevens has no place in this league.— Scott Bair (@BairNBCS) June 6, 2019
In the aftermath of the incident, Stevens has been banned from attending NBA games and restricted from attending all Warriors-related activities for one year and has been fined $500,000 for his actions.
On Thursday, Lowry was asked how he kept his cool in that situation.
"Understanding at the moment that my team needed me," Lowry told reporters in Oakland. "Understanding that there are plenty of fans and kids in the world watching this game, and me being a grown man and having kids myself, and I'm a grown man, and my kids could always go back and see that. Any other situation, if it wasn't in this situation, things probably would have been handled differently by me. Understand that I have two young children and to be able to hold myself to a certain standard, which I do, hold myself to a high, high standard, which I do and I've got to make sure I uphold that and that's a big thing for me, is being a guy that holds himself to a high standard and never letting guys like him get under your skin because that's bull crap."
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The year-long ban and fine may not be the end of the punishment for Stevens. NBC News and MSNBC senior media reporter Dylan Byers is reporting that Stevens will be forced to sell his stake in the Warriors by the start of the 2019-20 season.