Steph Curry behind the arc is a menace who has been lighting the Los Angeles Clippers up throughout their primetime showdown. He’s knocked down an assortment of uncontested, contested, pull-up dribble jumpers as well as catch and shoot 3-pointers.
Steph Curry is too much, man pic.twitter.com/BGVATXxTCd
— BBALLBREAKDOWN (@bballbreakdown) February 23, 2018
At one point in the third quarter, Clippers owner Steve Ballmer tried to lend a helping hand and attempted to throw Curry off his game by shouting at him from behind as he lined up a wide-open 3-pointer. After his shot left the net dripping wet, Curry glared back at Ballmer and gave him a smug smirk.
Steve Ballmer thinking he can disrupt Steph by yelling at him. Laughable pic.twitter.com/RMt0U39hnm
— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) February 23, 2018
Ballmer should know better. He’s fortunate Curry didn’t send him to meme heaven as he did his former Microsoft cohort Paul Allen.
— Dime on UPROXX (@DimeUPROXX) May 10, 2016
A scorching, hot Curry closed out Golden State’s win over the Clippers with 44 points, shot 8-for-11 behind the arc and found the bottom of the net on 73 percent of his field goals.
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