Explain One Play: All-Star MVP Steph Curry pours in 50 points and 16 threes
Now that's a lot of damage
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Well, I never thought I'd be doing a breakdown of an All-Star Game. No one wants to play hard-nosed physical defense because you could hurt yourself, you could hurt someone else. It's an exhibition game. So it's almost impossible to have something cool happen at the All-Star Game, but Stephen Curry seems to have pulled it off.
We break down his near-All-Star record 50 points, on 16 threes (which is a record for most threes in an NBA game).
Co-starring LeBron James and DeMar DeRozen, working on their premature celebration techniques, and Nikola Jokic. With Trae Young and Andrew Wiggins.
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Turns a double axel into a double Axl Rose. Gold.
Love the irony, as usual.