Steph Curry in the regular season
Hunter S. Thompson once wrote, “all these things have happened, and probably they will happen again” but I don’t think he meant within the span of two minutes.
With fewer than 180 seconds to go in the third against memphis Wednesday, Steph Curry, the guy who decides what music to play for the Golden State Warriors and how fast and how loud and whether he’s going to do a solo or just hit the button on some EDM, did a pair of things that maybe have happened before and may or may not happen again to fight through the sort-of-midseasonish-dirge that was game nine on the road in Memphis:
• With the Warriors clinging to a third-quarter lead, he took the ball up dribble-stepped, went behind the back near halfcourt and took two paces over the line as in a game of Mother May I? and scored…
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