It seemed as though no one was able to stop Stephen Curry from continuing to drain three-pointers on Sunday afternoon. He connected on his first five shots from beyond the arc, until of course, Joey
Yesterday, the Golden State Warriors surprised many by picking up a win in Game 1 of their series against the Los Angeles Clippers. In a high scoring affair they held off the Clippers down the stretch,
Four words that sends Twitter into a frenzy: Steph. Curry. Heat. Check.
The NBA Playoffs start in one day (!!!!!!!!) so each day until then we’ll be taking a look at some of the most important storylines leading up to the best two months of the year.
End of the Season
Two seconds remain
Tied at one hundred and twenty
But Stephen Curry is
Here now to destroy your dreams
Step back in your face, goodnight
Nick Young or Swaggy P
Call him whatever you want
The Warriors were taking on the Mavericks tonight, in a game with huge playoff implications. Both Golden State and Dallas are fighting desperately with Phoenix and Memphis for the last three playoff spots out West.
This contest went into overtime, and who else but Steph Curry stepped up to lead the Warriors to victory. After a controversial non-goaltending call down at the other end, Curry dribbled up the court and looked to make his move.
With just seconds remaining he fired a deep jumper that fell through the net with just one tenth of a second remaining, clinching a vital win for the Warriors.
The Warriors are playing the Cavaliers right now on NBATV, and the Warriors are currently up by five in the second quarter.
We might have already seen the play of the game, however, as Steph Curry provided
Pharrell's song "Happy" is [fire emoji], and the music video project he's done for it is pretty sweet as well.
Over All-Star weekend, the NBA decided to get in on the act by filming their own music video
Nobody likes flies. Whether you're taking in a nice sunny day with a cool beverage in your hand or just waiting until you've finished eating dinner to clean up your mucky dishes, they seem to always find a way to mess things up.
All-Star Weekend is officially underway. One of Saturday night's premier events is the Three-Point Contest, which features Kyrie Irving, Joe Johnson, Arron Afflalo and Bradley Beal from the Eastern Conference