Emotions certainly ran high for the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night as the most-winningest team in NBA regular season history fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 115-101 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

We now get a Game 7 on Sunday night in Oakland.

NBA MVP Steph Curry fouled out with under five minutes to play in the game after a few suspect calls and then was ejected for throwing his mouthpiece (which hit a fan).

Warriors coach Steve Kerr after the game criticized the officials for calling too much on Curry and not enough against the Cavaliers.

And on Friday, the NBA handed down its punishments for each.

Seems like a completely justified punishment for actions that certainly don't sit well with the league. But the bottom line? Both can handle it financially and both will be a part of Game 7, so it really doesn't matter, ultimately.