WATCH: D’Angelo Russell gets ejected in game against Thunder

Golden State Warriors guard D’Angelo Russell wasn’t a fan of a no call during the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

As Russell drove into the lane, he shot a floater and Chris Paul gave him a slight push as he went up into the air.

After the play, Russell went up to referee James Williams and got ejected as he argued the no call. The game was Russell’s second with the Warriors, and he finished with six points, one rebound and two assists. He shot 30% from the field.

At the end of the third quarter, the Warriors were down 105-68. At halftime they were down 70-37, their largest halftime deficit since March 1997 when they played the Seattle SuperSonics.

With the Warriors on their way to dropping a second straight game, questions loom as to who will score besides Steph Curry. Also, the Warriors’ defense will need to improve for them to be competitive this season.

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