During the Warriors’ stunning 20-point loss to the Lakers last Friday night, Steph Curry didn’t hit a single 3-pointer. It snapped a streak that saw Curry hit at least one 3-pointer in 157 consecutive games that stretched all the way back to November 2013.
Are the NBA Finals rigged? That’s what Ayesha Curry, wife of Golden State Warriors’ guard and reigning league MVP Stephen Curry, tweeted last night. The message was posted after Curry received his sixth foul and was ejected from the NBA Finals’ Game 6—which was won by the Cleveland Cavaliers, extending the series for a final, decisive Game 7 on Sunday.
The Oklahoma City Thunder were 12 minutes away from returning to the NBA Finals. They were up by eight entering the fourth quarter of Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals, and things were looking good. Russell Westbrook was nearing a triple double. Kevin Durant was firing on all cylinders. The team was jelling, and they were close to doing what had once seemed impossible: knocking off the best team in NBA regular season history.
Petty LeBron is the best LeBron James. Steph Curry took home hissecond consecutive Most Valuable Player award Tuesday, becoming the first player in 61 years to unanimously win the trophy. Earlier today, James discussed the honor, congratulating Curry on his latest achievement while debating the true meaning of “Valuable” in MVP.
In the least surprising news of the NBA season, ESPN’s Mark Stein is reporting that Steph Curry will win the NBA MVP award for the second straight year. The announcement will reportedly be made later this week, with speculation that the 28-year-old Warriors star could become the first unanimous MVP selection in NBA history.
Stephen Curry’s Olympic plans may be uncertain at the moment, but if he does decide to play, he’ll have a “USA” colorway of the Under Armour Curry 2 to lace up. US11 shared an early image of the sneaker today, which is scheduled to release later this month.
Warriors fans have enjoyed a lot of really great moments during the2015-16 NBA season. Just a couple of weeks ago, they got to see their team set a new NBA record by winning their 73rd game of the regular season. But the NBA Playoffs have featured one anxious moment after the next for the team. It started with their star Steph Curry suffering an ankle injury during Game 1 of their playoff series against the Rockets—and it continued yesterday when Curry sustained a knee injury during Game 4: