Now this is how you start a game! John Wall with the chase down block on Steph Curry
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Now that’s how you start a game. If the match-up idea of Stephen Curry and John Wall wasn’t exciting enough, the game actually starts off with a steal by Curry and a chasedown block on Steph by John Wall.
Unfortunately for most hoop fans, the match-up didn’t produce the highlights and big stats that everybody wanted to see but Wizards fans aren’t complaining. They got the W behind Wall’s 15/8/5 and Bradley Beal’s 20 while Curry missed 15 of his 23 field goal attempts including a left handed 3 pointer at the buzzer.
“I’m going to be honest, I really thought it was going to hit the backboard and go in or something like that. It’s just his luck. It was definitely a great defensive possession by Trev.” said Wall of Curry’s final shot.