Stephen Curry had a foul trouble all throughout the game. Chandler Parsons, who signed a four-year, $94,438,523 contract before an injury-plagued last season - his first with Memphis, was booed by the home crowd Wednesday while scoring six points.
Curry was the first to get ejected and earned his boot from the game in flamboyant and dramatic fashion, hurling his mouthpiece at an official after failing to get a call.
Next up: The Grizzlies head to Houston to face the Rockets on Monday.
The Warriors got a bit healthier with the return of Andre Iguodala, who recorded seven points, seven rebounds and four assists in 21 minutes Friday after missing Tuesday's opener with a bad back.
After the game, Curry told an ESPN reporter that he did not throw his mouthpiece directly at Wall.
Kevin Durant posted a double-double with 29 points, 13 rebounds, three assists and three blocks on 11-of-24 shooting.
Durant was taunted by Grizzlies fans as he made his way off the court, but reminded the supporters he had a championship ring by pointing to his finger.
Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry was ejected late in the fourth quarter of his team's loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday night for throwing his mouthpiece in the direction of an official.
The Memphis Grizzlies averaged 46.8 percent shooting from the field, 37 percent in the three-point line with 14 turnovers and 49 rebounds.