Matthew Dellavedova was back in Oracle Arena, rousing Warriors fans yet again in Game 1 of the NBA Finals — this time, by hitting Andre Iguodala in the groin. Given that it was “Delly” making contact, it was a slight upset he was just called for a common foul a

nd not a flagrant one.

Dellavedova has earned a reputation as a player who straddles, if not erases, the line between clean and dirty play.

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Just go back to last year’s NBA Finals, and you’ll find Dely tangling with noted groin-kicker Draymond Green:

Travel a little farther back, to last year’s Eastern Conference finals, and you’ll see Delly on the receiving end of an Al Horford elbow in retaliation for what Horford thought was a dirty play.

And that’s the abridged version of Delly’s history.

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So, yeah, his rep precedes him. That’s why it was reasonable to believe his swipe at Iguodala was more than a failed steal attempt.

The Warriors won Game 1 anyway, 104-89, and Iguodala appeared motivated by the shot as he totaled 12 points, seven rebounds and six assists while playing some of his best basketball after taking the hit.