Steph Curry is one of the greatest shooters in the NBA today. He can drain shots from all over the floor, as we witnessed during one game against Russell Westbrook and the OKC Thunder last season.
Curry is mostly known for making threes way beyond the three-point arc. He even practices them during his pre-game shooting rituals. And he does it with ease.
Such was the case in the Golden State Warriors’ game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Only this time the reigning NBA MVP went back a little step farther.
With just under 30 seconds remaining in the second quarter with the Dubs up 60-44, Curry dribbled past the half court line and surprisingly threw up a long bomb which found its way to the bottom of the net. SWISH!
The Warriors eventually beat the Bucks, 117-92. Curry had a total of 28 points on 9-of-13 shots, including six three-pointers. He also had four rebounds and four assists.
Also interesting to note that before the game, the Warriors wore specially designed warm-up shirts in celebration of the NBA’s Filipino Heritage Week.
How cool was that?!