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Today in adventures on Metta World Peace’s Twitter account, the Lakers’ resident weirdo praises the guy who’s been on fire for the Warriors this postseason. What’s his name, again? Something Curry… Sam? Stan? Seth? Sean? Oh, that’s right. Steve Curry.
Curry gets the #Twinhearts co sign I think Steve Curry is Top 10 in the NBA. If he works on his defense , he will be MVP next year.
— Metta World Peace (@MettaWorldPeace) May 9, 2013
Yeah, that’s the thing about Steve. Unreliable on defense.
I think his name is steph RT @mettaworldpeace: I think Steve Curry is Top 10 in the NBA If he works on his defense he will be MVP next year.
— JARRETT JACK (@Jarrettjack03) May 9, 2013
Back to Oakland. Ready to get back to work already. Steve Curry…out!
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) May 9, 2013
My bad.. Steph Curry!!!Either way the n…. Is dope.. MVP potential for 2014
— Metta World Peace (@MettaWorldPeace) May 9, 2013
Next time I tweet something a spell an object or a name wrong , will some
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Golden State Warriors withstood another furious rally by the San
Antonio Spurs for a 100-91 victory Wednesday night to even their
series at one game apiece and snap a 30-game skid in the Alamo