Steph Curry Can’t Get An Assist With His Chinese Teammates
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Can you imagine being the best shooter ever, being spoiled by having Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green as teammates and then having to play in a game with a bunch of amateurs?
During an Under Armour camp in China, Steph Curry played in a pick-up game with some lucky campers and realized how it would feel to play with a team full of Zaza Pachulias. I’m not putting down the campers at all because I can’t imagine how nervous I would be receiving a behind the back pass from Curry and then having the pressure of knocking down a three in front of 3,000 people who wish they were in my shoes.
When Curry wasn’t trying to get an assist, he was pulling out early 2000 And1 moves like a baby version of Hot Sauce’s Tornado move.
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