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Stephen Curry hit the game-winning jumper with 1.5 seconds remaining to beat the Mavericks 95-93 after the Warriors came back from a 16-point deficit.
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This man is amazing. Overcoming a slow start, Curry finished 33 points, 16 in the fourth, none bigger than the final two, which allowed the Warriors to steal one away from the Mavs, 95-93. And then he got a chest bump from Nemanja Nedovic off the bench while the game was still going on. Oh, rookies. video via GIFD Sports
Check out Stephen Curry’s game-winning jumper over Shawn Marion to give the Golden State Warriors the 95-93 win over the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night. Curry finished the game with 33 points, 10 assists and eight turnovers. The post Video: Stephen Curry Hits Game-Winner Beat the Mavericks appeared first on Basketball Bicker.
Stephen Curry knocked down the game-winning shot for the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night to give them a win over the Dallas Mavericks. With the score tied 93-93 and less than a second difference between the shot clock and game clock, Curry was able to gain just enough separation from Shawn Marion to drain […]
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As previously noted on That NBA Lottery Pick, we love game-winners and yesterday, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry provided us with one.
With the score tied at 93 at Oracle Arena against the Dallas Mavericks, Curry shook off Shawn Marion with a nasty pump fake to find himself the open game-winning jumper:
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Curry image courtesy of Getty Images
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