- Brunson glared at the Warriors guard until he walked away with his hands up.
- He had 27 points in a loss to Golden State at home on Thursday.
- DailyMail.com provides the latest international sports news.
New York Knicks star Jalen Brunson took heavy body contact from Golden State Warriors guard Chris Paul just as the horn sounded in the third quarter.
Brunson was catching an incoming pass and turned upfield when Paul made an interception that sent the Knick to the ground.
The bell rang and Paul extended a hand to help his fellow point guard off the court.
Brunson gave him a disapproving look and said some unidentifiable words under Paul’s direction, prompting the Warriors star to walk away with his hands up.
His Knicks teammate Bojan Bogdanovic finally reached out to help him to his feet.
Jalen Brunson didn’t hold Chris Paul’s hand after the guard knocked him to the ground.
Paul walked away with his hands raised as Knicks teammate Bojan Bogdanovic helped.
Brunson dropped 27 points for the Knicks in a 110-99 loss to Golden State on Thursday.
Despite the Knicks’ best efforts on Thursday, they were unable to overcome Golden State, falling 110-99.
Brunson had 27 points, five rebounds and five assists on 11-25 shooting.
Meanwhile, Paul scored 16 points and five rebounds on a 6-16 line in 26 minutes off the bench.