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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is officially the best shooter in the NBA today. His flawless shooting stroke combined with his underrated ability to pass make Steph one of the best young point guards in the league. And after dropping 54 on the New York Knicks in Madison Squad Garden earlier this season, on the verge of becoming a superstar.
But if you follow Steph you know there is one thing that could keep him from achieving his immense potential. He has almost glass-like ankles.
So when he suffered an ankle injury in Game 2 in the Warriors first round match-up with the Denver Nuggets, fans around the world cringed. But it didn’t phase his younger brother and Duke guard Seph Curry from passing along some rather pointed advice to his star sibling.
“I told him to suck it up,” Seth Curry told USA TODAY Sports after the Warriors downed the Nuggets 110-108 at Oracle Arena to take a 2-1 series lead. “He knows I played all year with an injury. It’s a different situation, but I knew he’d do whatever it takes to play.”
Older brother Steph subsequently dropped 29 points and 11 assists in the Warriors game 3 victory over the Denver Nuggets. Perhaps he should listen to his little brother more often.
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The Golden State Warriors have taken a 2-1 lead in their Western Conference quarterfinals series with the Denver Nuggets.
Despite losing David Lee, the Warriors have been further propelled by the inspired play of point guard Stephen Curry.
On Friday, Curry scored 29 points and had 11 rebounds.
This video showcases his ball-handling skills and his soft touch while going to the...
Tweet Stephen Curry has been the breakout star of this season and even more so in the 2013 NBA Playoffs. His young Golden State Warriors have been shocking the league as they now hold a 3-1 lead over the Denver Nuggets in the first round. In game four on Sunday, though, it seemed like Curry [...]
The Golden State Warriors have taken over their Western Conference semifinals series with the Denver Nuggets. Point Guard Stephen Curry is leading the charge.
On Sunday, Curry wowed the team’s homecourt with 31 points and seven assists to help the Warriors pull away with a 115-101 victory.
The series returns to Denver on Tuesday with the Warriors holding a 3-1 lead over the Nuggets...
Despite suffering a sprained left ankle that is badly swollen, electric Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry expects to play against the Denver Nuggets in Game 3 on Friday night at the Oracle Arena in Oakland. Curry, who averaged 22.9 points, 4.0 boards and 6.9 dishes over 78 games, sustained the injury in the third quarter of the sixth-seeded Warriors 131-117 win over Denver...
Stephen Curry scored an incredible 22 points in the 3rd quarter of Sunday night’s 115-101 playoff win for the Warriors against the Nuggets. It was one of those moments where a player catches fire like he is in NBA JAM and everything he tossed up went in, including five three-pointers.
Here is a look from a fan at the excitement caused by Curry.
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Steph Curry does one thing, he gets buckets. Don't take our word for it, though. Check out this video of his 22 points scored during the third quarter of Game 4 between the Warriors and Nuggets.
Stephen Curry shook off a sore left ankle to score 22 of his 31 points in the third quarter, leading the Golden State Warriors past the Denver Nuggets 115-101 on Sunday night for a commanding 3-1 series lead.
Curry shot 10 of 16 from the floor and added seven assists in a dominant and dazzling display that rivaled his days in the NCAA tournament for tiny Davidson. His five 3-pointers...
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry is unsure if his sprained left ankle will be healthy enough for him to play in Game 3 against the Denver Nuggets on Friday night.
Curry said his ankle became swollen after Tuesday night's 131-117 win at Denver evened the best-of-seven series at a game apiece. He sat out practice Thursday.
Curry said he'll continue treatment...
As fate would have it, the only thing to slow down Stephen Curry Sunday night were Corey Brewer’s fingernails. Not a left ankle. Not a right ankle. Fingernails.
Curry, bothered since Game 2 with a hobbled left ankle, had to briefly come out of the game in the fourth quarter when Brewer inadvertently scratched him in the eye on a rebound. But by then, the game was well in control...
Warriors guard Stephen Curry and ESPN's Rick Reilly joined forces to help fight malaria in Africa. In this video, Reilly and Curry challenge each other in a shooting competition.Reilly tells Curry that he can make more three-point shots than Curry can make half court shots and the loser has to wear nothing but a net.