Stephen Curry ended the night on crutches after rolling his right ankle in the final minute of Golden State’s game against New Orleans yesterday. Today, the team has announced that Curry is out indefinitely, with at least two weeks until doctors re-evaluate his injury.
This afternoon The Players’ Tribune published a long, thoughtful post from Steph Curry, about Veterans Day, and the responsibility of people with prominent public platforms and voices to advocate on behalf of marginalized groups. It’s good! You should read the whole thing, in fact.
Steph and Ayesha Curry are starring in their own cooking game for mobile. It’s not much fun to play, but oh boy do I love listening to Steph Curry’s not-very-good voice work.
Here’s Ayesha Curry, acclaimed Twitter user, on today’s episode of The Real discussing Steph Curry’s desire to see the feet. “My husband really loves my feet,” she explained, “So, when he says to send nudes, he gets a picture of my bare feet!” Aww!
In its continuing quest to greatly injure public discourse by gifting legitimacy to arguments from all sides, the Washington Post op-ed page published a hilariously dumb and wrong-headed column Friday by rural Ohio newspaper editor Gary Abernathy, mourning the loss of American professional sports’ apolitical purity.
This morning, we can be fairly sure, Donald Trump was watching the teevee and saw a Fox & Friends report about how star Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry wants to not go to the White House if the team is invited there to celebrate their recent championship. He punched a message into Twitter with his stubby…
Seth and Steph Curry appeared on a show called “Infinite Challenge” in South Korea, where they were challenged by a group of giant inflatable men and other assorted monstrosities:
Today Steph Curry is competing at the Ellie Mae Classic on the Web.com Tour, and, my friends, I have some dispiriting news: Steph appears to be balling.
Until very recently, Under Armour was a surging company that had doubled its revenues in a few short years and was actively endorsing the MVPs of the NFL, NBA, and National League. However, in January, company stock plunged after CEO Kevin Plank admitted that revenue was slowing and that the company was being forced…
Here is a short video of Steph Curry doing a funny-looking pantomime of what looks like someone working out:
Klay Thompson appears to have spent most of his offseason tour of China dancing like a maniac, but he also found the time to make everyone laugh with a very ill-fated dunk attempt.
Earlier this week, irresponsible and unfounded reporting claimed the Golden State Warriors will not be visiting the White House following their NBA Finals victory. That story was false; there’s still good reason to think that the team, or at least a few key members, might skip out on the tradition.
It’s sort of hard to crystallize a Warriors attack that could only be described as “relentless”—in both games so far, the Cavs have survived for a half, then understandably given way under a barrage that just doesn’t let up, and comes from so many different angles. (Seriously, how many times did a Cav heroically fight…
The Cavs, who have to play perfect basketball to beat the Warriors, did not play perfect basketball last night in Game 1, so they did not beat the Warriors. They turned over the rock 20 times and ceded 27 fast break points, which is not all that shocking given their piss-poor transition defense during the regular…
Last night was game one of the NBA finals, and anticlimactic as the game itself was there was no shortage of action off-court.
The Golden State Warriors won Game 3 this weekend to set up a potential sweep against the San Antonio Spurs. The outcome of this series hasn’t been in doubt since Kawhi Leonard limped out of Game 1 with an ankle injury, but it’s seen more controversy than most uneven playoff matchups.
You can’t double team Steph Curry on the perimeter. If you go under the screen against him, you are allowing maybe the greatest shooter of all time an open look. You can switch a big guy onto him, but that means Steph gets to go at a larger, slower defender. Maybe it’s not that bad if that big guy is Rudy Gobert, the…
Join me on a short journey through some neat NBA stats from the 2016-17 regular season.
Steph Curry’s shoes aren’t selling, and Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank tried to explain that with a heavy dose of corporate speak in an earnings call today, where the company reported its first-ever losing quarter: