Stephen Curry is a beast on the court (he did drop 40 last night on the Clippers in a thrilling come from behind win). His dad also used to be a beast on the court as well. So here they are, father and son, playing a game of horse.
NBA legend and current TNT analysis Charles Barkely says 25 years ago the Warriors, and specifically Stephen Curry, would just get beat up. The game has changed and nowadays you can’t even look at an opposing player cockeyed without getting hit with a technical. I miss the old days…
If you’ve been following the NBA at all so far this year you’ll have noticed two things:
1. Lebron is still flopping.
2. Stephen Curry is still amazing.
Seriously this dude has had four 40+ point games this year so far and his defense is even better than last year. This highlight reel is from last night’s game against the Timberwolves (who had the worst record in the league last year) who actually made it a respectable game (until Curry checked back in and lit them up). Curry ended up with 46 points.
Last night Colbert took on Curry in a Stephen VS Stephen shootout (with dirty laundry) to find out who should be the number 1 search result on google. This whole “Stephen VS Stephen” title reminded me of the classic “Even Stephen” segment on The Daily Show so for no reason at all here’s that because it was some of the best TV ever:
Damn that’s a smooth looking jumper. Stephen Curry has been teaching his wife Ayesha some things. Maybe after she has her baby she should go out for the WNBA.
Things got a little physical during last nights Rockets/Warriors game. The Rockets were on the brink of elimination and decided to take their frustrations out. In the video above Klay Thompson too a flying knee to the side of the head from Trevor Ariza which looked liked something out of a Tony Jaa movie. He left the game to get his ear patched up which didn’t really work:
Trevor Ariza you might remember is the guy who caused Curry to do a gymnastic front flip to his head the previous game:
Later in the game Rocket’s Dwight Howard gave Andre Iguodala a blow to the neck area:
All of the Rocket’s dirty play didn’t help as the Warriors won and are set to play the Cavs in the NBA finals.
Stephen Curry is a freak of nature. Every time he throws up a 3 I just assume it’s going in, and apparently he does too. Turning around to celebrate before the ball goes makes you look like a true badass, right Swaggy P?