Watch out NBA: No Stoppin’ Curry and The Warriors
The Golden State Warriors who are now 23-0, are rolling and have taken no prisoners on their undefeated road so far this season as they’re giving NBA fans a show every night when they step on the floor, showing the League that they’re the real deal and that they’re here to stay. What makes them so difficult, is that they trust each other as team, and have all evolved throughout the year. They shoot more three pointers than any team, and have gotten outscore inside the three-point line by every opponent they’ve faced. But what makes them so dangerous, is that they drain their threes and have abundance of snipers, once again led by Curry. And the best part about the Warriors is that they’re just so fun to watch every time they step on the court, and who doesn’t love to watch the League’s MVP Stephen Curry drain shot after shot?
It all starts with the League’s MVP Stephen Curry who is enjoying another career year. On the season, Stephen Curry has averaged 32.2 PPG, 6.0 APG, 5.0 RPG as he’s shooting a tremendous .529% field goal, .465 from beyond the arc and .901 from the charity stripe on pace to become the 6th player to average 50/40/90 throughout the season, joining Steve Nash (4 times), Larry Bird (twice), Dirk Nowitzki, Mark Price, and Reggie Miller who all completed it once respectively. That’s good company he stands next too, and this is all while taking 20.3 two-pointers, and jacking 11.1 threes per game. Curry is playing so well, that a Warriors fan made a remix of Drake’s ‘Back to Back’ referring to Curry winning his second MVP, and the Warriors their second Championship.
Here’s a clip of the Back to Back remix, the Stephen Curry MVP edition where a Warrior fan backs up his team and MVP on how they’re unstoppable and why he should once again be League’s MVP.
Good luck NBA, the Warriors are here and they’re dangerous snipers that handle their business every night on the court. As for off the court, this Warrior fan is leading the way reppin’ the Gold and Blue.
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