Stephen Curry seems like a good person who, like most elite athletes, is also ultra-competitive. We’ve seen Curry’s ultra-competitiveness boil over before, in this past year’s riveting NBA Finals (remember the mouthguard?) The Warriors were up 3-1, but blew their lead to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Today, in the Warriors’ 106-100 win against the Phoenix Suns, Curry’s competitiveness boiled over yet again. In the second quarter, with Golden State down 38-31, Curry got into it with Brandon Knight.
Curry came off a down screen and shot-faked a three, drawing Knight in the air. Knight landed and attempted to block Curry’s shot—which still went in, by the way—from behind.
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