Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry is fully aware of his influence on the game

Stephen Curry has become one of the most popular players in the NBA over these past three years. His immense talent and work ethic is surely the reason why. Being something that the NBA has never seen before has put all eyes on his game. Superb ball-handling and immaculate shooting from almost half-court is a

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Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry’s toughness needs to stop being overlooked

Golden State Warriors guard, Stephen Curry, has been donned the “Baby-Faced Assassin,” due to the discrepancy between his killer on-court mentality and his boyish looks, but there’s nothing babyish about the two-time NBA champion’s game. Curry’s sweet-shooting stroke and slick handles garner his game the most attention, but it would be remiss to ignore the fair

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Kevin Durant, Golden State Warriors, 2017 NBA Finals

VIDEO: Kevin Durant 2016-17 Season Highlights (HD)

We continue our summer video highlight series by recapping the year that was for Kevin Durant, who captured his first NBA championship after shifting scenes from Oklahoma City to the Bay Area. To see our first video installment, which was a short film on 2016-17 league MVP Russell Westbrook, click here.  After a decade in

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The Golden State Warriors are having the best off-season

Off of a superb regular season and an even better playoff run, the Golden State Warriors are having the best offseason thus far. Did they sign a “superstar”? No, but they did make some high-quality moves that can elevate them to an even higher level…. Who would’ve thought! First off they made necessary moves in

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Brandon Jennings, Milwaukee Bucks, Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors

The five most random NBA 50-point scorers since 2010

This past NBA season we saw some astounding scoring outbursts. Devin Booker led this year’s 50+ points camp as he put up 70 in a late season game against the Boston Celtics. Other players to hit the 50-point ledger this season included: DeMarcus Cousins, James Harden (x2), John Wall, Isaiah Thomas, Jimmy Butler, Russell Westbrook (x4),

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Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant

Where do Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant rank in the best duos?

Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, and the Golden State Warriors have come out victorious over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 making them the 2017 NBA Champions. The play of these two have been remarkable during this playoffs and even more so in this series. So much so that during Game 3 of the NBA Finals,

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2017 NBA Finals

2017 NBA Finals Recap Roundtable: Warriors inspire dynasty discussion

The Golden State Warriors are NBA champs for the second time in three years after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 4-1 in the 2017 NBA Finals. Kevin Durant was Finals MVP and scored over 30 points in every game of the Finals. Our roundtable: DJ Allen (@DJAllen23) Alec Walt (@AlecWalt) Felix John-Baptiste (@Twosmooth2) Martin Soaries (@Marsoaries)

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Why the Kyrie Irving vs. Stephen Curry debate is extremely tough

In the third year of the Golden State Warriors against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals, an inside rivalry has risen between Kyrie Irving and Stephen Curry. The two highly talented point guards have led the point guard department over the past couple of years and with them going head-to-head in the past three

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2017 NBA Finals

2017 NBA Finals: Warriors-Cavs Game 4 Recap Roundtable

The Cleveland Cavaliers won their first game of the 2017 NBA Finals in Game 4, beating the Golden State Warriors 137-116. Golden State holds a 3-1 series lead. Kyrie Irving led the Cavaliers with 40 points and seven assists. LeBron James added NBA-record ninth career triple-double in the Finals with 31 points, 10 rebounds, and

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Lakers

Could the “Showtime” Lakers really sweep the modern day Warriors?

Here is yet another case of a classic team comparing their success to that of current teams.  Magic Johnson, who was in charge of running the “Showtime” Lakers back in the 1980’s was asked by ESPN anchor Cari Champion in an interview alongside Pat Riley, ‘Who would win in a series between his “Showtime” Lakers and

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