Found February 15, 2013 on
Seeing is believing. And there is no doubt that the Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry will make people believe on Saturday night Houston that he is the best 3-point shooter in the NBA. He is already got a head start thanks to some video shot Wednesday of Curry warming up for the All-Star event by hittingfor 27-points of a possible 30-point performance. The release. The rotation. The results. But can Curry hit thebig shots when the lights shine the brightest? Curry ranks third in the NBA in 3-point shooting with 44.7 percent and will have some stiff competition in the New York Knicks' Steve Novak and Matt Bonner of the San Antonio Spurs. But man....it is hard to bet against Steph Curry after seeing this. We could be in for a pretty special contest on Saturday night. [follow]
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For those of need some inside information about who's going to win the 2013 NBA All-Star Three Point Shootout, you might want to take a watch at the below video of Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry practicing.Watch as Steph does a mock contest as the Warriors practice facility and well, he caught fire early: (Courtesy of Pro Basketball Talk)
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a story about the Golden State Warriors creating an alternate "short-sleeve jersey"that they will don this season.During an episode of NBA TV's "The Jump", analyst Brent Barry decided to don the uniform and well, the results are below:No...too sexy...too sexy(Image courtesy of Lang Whittaker Instagram)
You may have heard the Golden State Warriors are going to be debuting uniforms with sleeves. So it got me thinking about the last Celtics team that wore uniforms with sleeves:
An interesting bunch. #4 is apparently named Wyndal Gray. I thought it might have been David Wesley. I must admit, not enough Wyndal's in the NBA today.
So what do you think about the new Warriors...
Patrick Mills and Andrew Bogut have been Australia's representatives in the NBA before Aron Baynes came along.
His play, hustle, love for the game, and charity has given his country a voice in the league it hasn't had before and he hopes the Australian influence keeps going. He's excited about the opportunity Baynes is getting and hopes others will follow like his...