The Aesthetic: Pushing the boundaries of the three-pointer

When Anthony Morrow was drafted out of Georgia Tech by the Golden State Warriors in 2008, I didn’t think that he would become the greatest shooter in NBA history, but I didn’t believe that he wouldn’t become the greatest shooter either. Watching a montage of his jumper was like looking at a Frederic Bazille painting; every stroke was consistent and precise. Like Bazille, Morrow...
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The guard tandems you'd want in a 2-on-2 tournament

One of the NBA's recurring annual debates centers around the best backcourts in the league, whether we're talking present-day backcourts or all-time backcourts. It's always a fun endeavor, and there are myriad ways to settle the argument: rings, All-Star appearances, win-loss record, what have you.Welcome back to the Yardbarker roundtable, where we take a look at arguably the four...
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Celebrities and athletes take three pointers to raise $500k for the Sager Strong Foundation

Most All-Star experiences in sports are lackluster. Whether it is the way the weekend is set up or the lack of athlete enthusiasm, most of them stink. The NBA is the one exception to this rule.The three-point contest and the dunk competition are both fun, while at the same time showing off the player’s skills. Each year, they try to add something different to make it exciting.With...
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Stephen Curry trolls himself over meme’d All-Star photoshoot

The Golden State Warriors have found themselves at the center of a hilarious meme outbreak thanks to a photoshoot celebrating the team’s four All-Stars. But it looks like Stephen Curry may have gotten the last laugh.The Internet went wild Thursday evening over the photos of Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Curry after the Warriors posted them to Twitter. The case...
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Stephen Curry drops legendary quote after loss to Nuggets

Leave it to the Golden State Warriors to turn a blowout loss into a prime trolling opportunity.After Monday night’s 132-110 defeat at the hands of the Denver Nuggets, Warriors guard Stephen Curry dropped this rather cheeky remark, per Anthony Slater of the San Jose Mercury News. Of course, Warriors forward Kevin Durant was jabbed mercilessly by cupcake-themed signs, shirts, and...
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This Steph Curry no-look, over-the-shoulder pass backfired terribly

Every now and then, Steph Curry screws up. We all know Curry can do some absolutely filthy things with a basketball, and he tried to add to his highlight during Friday’s game against the Grizzlies.But his no-look, over-the-shoulder pass on a fast break went to nobody but the photographers on the baseline and sent Warriors head coach Steve Kerr into a fit on the bench. That’s...
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Hawks' Bazemore shows support for President Trump

Atlanta Hawks wing Kent Bazemore remains good friends with former teammate and two-time reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry. He learned a whole heck of a lot from Curry when the two played together with the Golden State Warriors.Off the court, however, the two seem to be of a differing opinion regarding one of the most divisive issues in the United States. Of course, we’re talking about...
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Steph Curry differs from Under Armour CEO on Trump

For the last couple of years, Steph Curry has skirted the subject of politics while dropping hints about where he stands. He played golf with President Obama multiples times and publicly opposed the anti-LGBT law in North Carolina, but he hadn’t spoken out against (or for) Donald Trump like many of his fellow star athletes had.That changed Wednesday, when Curry was asked about...
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Stephen Curry explains ‘tough decision’ to skip 3-point contest

Stephen Curry has decided against competing in the 3-point contest at 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend on Feb. 18. While disappointing, the Golden State Warriors superstar thoughtfully explained his decision after Thursday’s 133-120 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers. And the case can be made that Curry’s decision is completely understandable.Curry most recently won the event in...
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Stephen Curry got the flu from Riley Curry’s preschool

Stephen Curry missed Sunday’s game with a bout of stomach flu, and the Golden State Warriors guard could only blame one culprit.According to Curry, he got sick after his daughter Riley brought the flu home from preschool.“Yeah, it came from preschool,” Curry admitted Wednesday, via Anthony Slater of the San Jose Mercury News. “I heard when you start your kids in school, that...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

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