Steph Curry emphatically, profanely reasserts himself in Warriors' Game 3 rout of Rockets


SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports’ Sam Amick breaks down Game 3 of the Western Conference finals, where the Warriors’ biggest postseason win in team history doubled as the worst playoff loss in Rockets history.

OAKLAND — Steph Curry wasn’t even done decimating the Houston Rockets in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals on Sunday night, and there were non-basketball matters being discussed on press row inside a raucous Oracle Arena.

“Does Steph Curry swear?” one reporter asked late in the third quarter while Curry’s Golden State Warriors pulled away in a 126-85 rout.

It was an understandable question.

Curry’s golden boy image is both well-chronicled and well-earned. He does all sorts of meaningful charity work, is a devout Christian, and has an All-American family with entrepreneur wife, Ayesha, young daughters Riley and Ryan, and a third baby on the way. But every so often, when the outside world seems to forget what he does best on a basketball floor, the frustration flows in this kind of R-rated way.

“This is my (expletive) house,” he hollered after…

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