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Brad Stevens: LeBron 'looks like the MVP to me'

This race for this season’s NBA Most Valuable Player Award seems to have narrowed itself down to five players. After Tuesday night’s matchup with the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Boston Celtics will have played against two of them in one three-day span. First, it was Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry, who dropped 37 points on the Celtics in a come-from-behind win...
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The Final Stretch: Breaking Down The NBA MVP Race

Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors goes up for a shot against the Houston Rockets on January 21, 2015 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. (Mandatory Credit: ESPN/Getty Images) The NBA season is dwindling down to its last stretch and we have more than a handful of potential candidates for numerous reasons, but three stand out above the rest at this point in time....
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WATCH: Jarrett Jack Buries Golden State Warriors in Final Seconds

In a tightly contested game with Stephen Curry on the floor, Jarrett Jack likely wasn’t the player people thought would hit the game-winning shot. Nevertheless, the Brooklyn Nets guard buried a free-throw line jumper over both Curry and Klay Thompson with 1.1 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, giving Brooklyn a 110-108 lead that was the eventual final score. Quite frankly...
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Stephen Curry’s best highlights of his 37 points against Celtics

The Warriors made a huge comeback from 26 points down to beat the Boston Celtics, 106-101. In the middle of that rally was Stephen Curry, who scored 37 points in that victory. And here’s his highlight package: Stephen Curry was indeed electrifying. The Celtics’ fans got their money’s worth, even if it is someone else from the other team putting on a show. *** Stephen Curry...
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Stephen Curry Leads an Epic Comeback

Down by 26 points heading into halftime, the Golden State Warriors looked finished, then Stephen Curry happened. With a barrage of accurate shots, Curry somehow pulled his squad ahead of the Celtics for good, with 37 points of his own for a 106-101 win in Boston. “We’ve been a resilient team all year when it comes to handling losses and coming back, but also keeping games interesting...
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Golden State Warriors: What is their playoff rotation?

In the Golden State Warriors 26 point come-back victory versus the Boston Celtics on Sunday night there was an interesting development as Coach Steve Kerr only played 7 players more than 19 minutes. This usually never happens, is this a sign of things to come? It was very strange to see Kerr go completely away from David Lee and Leandro Barbosa in the second half. Even though those...
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Steph Curry hung out with President Obama and his dogs

You know an athlete is big time when he/she gets to hang with the President of the United States. Following his ridiculous 32-point, eight-assist performance against the Washington Wizards on Tuesday night, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry spent part of his Wednesday hanging out with President Obama.  Curry’s trek to the White House was in large part due to his work...
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Steph Curry dishes behind-the-back assist vs Wizards (Video)

Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry displayed his superior ball handling skills with a slick behind-the-back assist to Marreese Speights for the jumper during the first quarter of Tuesday night's game in Washington.The Wizards defense focused on Curry as he dribbled into the paint, leaving Speight wide open for the score.Curry finished with 32 points and 8 assists as the Warriors...
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WATCH: Stephen Curry Continues Doing Ridiculous Things

So about that Stephen Curry guy. Fresh off winning the three-point contest during NBA All-Star weekend, the Golden State Warriors MVP candidate was doing his thing on Friday night in a dismantling of the defending champion San Antonio Spurs. It started with this. Continued with this. And finished with this. After receiving an early technical, Curry got THAT look in his eyes. And...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Did Stephen Curry take a shot at Tiger Woods?

Tiger Woods withdrew from the Farmer’s Insurance Open last weekend with yet another injury. This time, Woods said his glutes are giving him trouble and leading to lower back pain. “[My] glutes are shutting off,” he told reporters on Friday. “Then they don’t activate and then it goes into my lower back. … So I...Read More
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

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