Curry: Dedmon's screen in Game 3 was a 'dirty play'
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After spraining his MCL in last year's postseason, Steph Curry is hoping to avoid injury in the Golden State Warriors' Western Conference finals matchup with the San Antonio Spurs.

The two-time MVP called out Dewayne Dedmon following Saturday's Game 3 victory at the AT&T Center, accusing the Spurs big man of setting an illegal screen on him late in the contest.

"I know he's not a dirty player. I'm not going to try to mess up his reputation, but I feel like that was a dirty play," Curry told ESPN's Chris Haynes. "Luckily no one was hurt."

Warriors acting coach Mike Brown echoed Curry's sentiment, believing that Dedmon was lucky to get away with an illegal pick late in the game.

"I thought it was an illegal screen," Brown told Haynes. "When it happened live, I was not sure, but when you look at the film, it was an illegal pick. Sometimes the officials make the call, and sometimes they don't."

According to Haynes, the league has no plans to penalize Dedmon for the play.

Curry: Dedmon's screen in Game 3 was a 'dirty play'
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