“Does he keep it lubricated, or...” Sixers color man Alaa Abdelnaby wants to know some very intimate details about Steph Curry.
A 4-year-old fan named Lucas showed up at Wednesday night’s Warriors game to ask if Riley Curry, the Sports Baby of 2015, would be his valentine. He had a sign and an eager expression that was just waiting to be shot down.
Once Gregg Popovich opted to sit Tim Duncan for Monday night’s matchup, we were never going to get a complete picture of the Warriors’ and Spurs’ relative abilities. But in laying waste to the Spurs 120-90, the Warriors demonstrated that even when Duncan returns, the Spurs will face an uphill slog.
Tonight’s intensely-anticipated Spurs-Warriors matchup is going Golden State’s way, and in a big way, early. Leading the charge, expectedly, is the MVP Stephen Curry. He’s singlehandedly making us jaded to his own highlights.
One of baseball’s last remaining virtues is that the maxim “Watch any baseball game, and you’ll see something you’ve never seen before” is generally true. We think it’s about time that rule be applied to any time Steph Curry is on a basketball court... or off it.
Steph Curry and the Warriors beat some ass against the Cavaliers last night. Curry scored 35 points in the laugher despite not playing the fourth quarter, but he had plenty of time to toy with the Cavs before taking a rest.
Portland actually filed their paperwork correctly and had C.J. McCollum around for last night’s game against the Warriors, but, yeah, no, Golden State rolled easily. That’s thoroughly unsurprising, but this cool little alley-oop from Steph Curry to Andrew Bogut kind of was.
The Warriors were probably always going to beat the Sacramento Kings at home, and their 122-103 victory Monday night became a foregone conclusion after DeMarcus Cousins was ejected early in the third quarter. But before then, when the Kings were still hanging tough and even leading, there was an amazing three-minute…
The Warriors played somebody tonight and beat them by a ton of points and blah blah blah you’ve heard this a dozen times this season already. But what you haven’t seen is Steph Curry reaching a new level of supernova, scoring 28 points in the third quarter. Just look at the play-by-play for the final two minutes of…
When any normal team goes down double digits early in the first quarter on the second night of a back-to-back, it looks like a schedule loss is imminent. When every one of your opponents wants to be the one to issue you your first defeat, you’re going to get a tough game every night. But the Warriors, fresh off a…
The Warrriors and Grizzlies are playing an incredibly ugly basketball game in Memphis, but Steph Curry is still out here doing stuff that only Steph Curry can do. First, he hit a three on a shot that was clearly only taken to draw a foul:
If you thought the 8-0 Golden State Warriors couldn’t get any better, think again. During Monday night’s 109-95 victory over the Detroit Pistons, Draymond Green unveiled a never-before-seen no-look inbounds pass, made even more impressive by the fact that he pulled it off while arguing with the referee. This is the…
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Last night, basketball’s best teeny-tiny point guard Steph Curry went up against the sexy pick to usurp him as league MVP, Anthony Davis, and put in the most impressive performance of this young season. He dropped 53 points on just 27 shots in 36 minutes, which is a gaudy efficiency, but remarkably, it’s about what…
Hey, you, person who was up way too late watching the World Series and totally missed out on the Golden State Warriors’ season opener against the New Orleans Pelicans. You missed some good shit, buddy. Click play on the video above and look at all the good shit you missed.
I’m going to recommend that you watch this play a few times over, so as to fully absorb all of the awesome shit that is contained within it. Try not to yelp when you notice Steph Curry high-fiving his bench before the ball even goes in.
So, here’s a picture of the absurdly photogenic Curry clan posing with the Larry O’Brien Trophy yesterday. Riley, possibly the best sports baby working, is still in title-winning form.
Stephen Curry brought some of the swagger back during last night’s Game 5 win against the Cavaliers, at one point delivering the stinkface following a fourth-quarter contested three-pointer—a shot that responded to LeBron’s long-range bomb seconds before, and one that gave the Warriors the lead for good.
What the hell else are the Cavaliers supposed to do? In Game 5 they conceded that the Warriors’s small ball unit was too good, and barely played Timofey Mozgov. LeBron James went off for a monster 40 points, 14 rebounds, and 11 assists (and only two turnovers). J.R. Smith finally (at least for awhile) showed up to the…