Stephen Curry got into Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland without difficulty for Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
His wife didn't.
Ayesha Curry — who hasn't been shy about being outspoken on social media during these playoffs — says the bus that was carrying Golden State's family members to Game 6 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland on Thursday night was having trouble getting into the arena. In a subsequent tweet, she sent a photo from the bus as if to illustrate the troubles passengers were having with security letting them off and into the building.
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"They won't let us in yet. Interesting tactic though. Again," she wrote.
Ayesha Curry later tweeted that she was finally able to get into the arena at around 9 p.m.
She again let loose on Twitter after her husband was ejected from the game with about 4 minutes to play.
"Ive lost all respect sorry this is absolutely rigged for money... Or ratings in not sure which. I won't be silent. Just saw it live sry."[[383375791, C]]
That tweet was retweeted more than 80,000 times before Curry deleted it.
Then later: "Police racial profiled my father and told him to remove credentials and tried to arrest him. It's been a long night for me. I apologize."
Then after deleting her previous tweets, Ayesha Curry explained her tweet about the end of Game 6: "Tweeted in the heat of the moment because the call was uncalled for."