News leaked on Sunday evening that Stephen Curry had won NBA MVP, making him the first player in Golden State Warriors history to win the award. By taking home league MVP, Curry beat out James Harden, LeBron James and Russell Westbrook, among other incredible players for the honor. Though I slightly leaned towards Harden in...Read More
This shouldn’t come as too much of a shock given his individual success on the best team in the NBA. Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will reportedly be named the MVP.
According to CSN Bay Area’s Monte Pool, the official announcement will come later this week, likely between the team’s Game 1 win against the Memphis Grizzlies and its Game 2 outing Tuesday night in...
Stephen Curry entertained the hometown Golden State Warriors fans with a behind-the-back assist to Draymond Green for the three-pointer during the first quarter of Sunday's Game 1 against Memphis.Curry led the Warriors with 22 points and 7 assists as they beat the Grizzlies 101-86 to take a 1-0 lead in their Western Conference semifinal series.[NBA]
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The Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry will be named the NBA Most Valuable Player, according to ESPN’s Marc Spears. Warriors guard Stephen Curry will be named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player, a source told Yahoo. Story was first reported by @MontePooleCSN. — Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) May 3, 2015 Curry, who led the Warriors to […]
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Overall, this season has been pretty darn impressive for the Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry and before the start of today’s game one victory over the Memphis Grizzlies, Curry showed off his dunking ability.
Check out Steph rising up for a spinning one-handed slam dunk for the fans in the Bay Area:
At this point, what can’t Stephen Curry do?
Curry spinning slam...
We all know that Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is a fantastic three-pointer maker but he can do some pretty incredible passes.
In the first quarter of today’s Grizzlies-Warriors game one, check out this incredible no-look pass that ends up in Draymond Green hands for a three:
Folks, that was an incredible pass.
Curry No-Look Pass [Whitney]
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After a hard fought sweep of the New Orleans Pelicans, the Golden State Warriors will now have a week off, while they wait for Memphis Grizzlies to dispatch the Portland Trail Blazers. The Warriors showed their mettle beating the Pelicans. Step one is done, now on to step two.
Stephen Curry played like the MVP against the Pelicans
The Pelicans did what was expected, they battled...
The Golden State Warriors on Thursday night completed one of the greatest fourth-quarter comebacks you will ever see, and they sent the game to overtime on an incredible 3-pointer from Stephen Curry with seconds left in regulation. Curry was also fouled. As LB mentioned previously, the Warriors were reportedly told that a foul would have...Read More
You know that pat you gave yourself on the back this morning for doing a good job at work?
Stephen Curry wasn’t doing this. He was too busy nailing 77 consecutive three-point shots at Golden State Warriors practice on Tuesday—a number that represents a personal best for him (via ESPN.com).
Insert flame emoji’s here.
Curry, who is about to lead his Warriors to a third consecutive...