Steph Curry’s behind-the-back-coast-to-coast play: Foul or Flop?
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Stephen Curry’s streak of 75 consecutive games with a made 3-pointer ended on Tuesday night thanks to the NBA Champs. Curry was 0-7 from downtown and finished with just 16 points – dropping him to 2nd on the NBA scoring leaders list. The NBA league leader in steals also came up with a donut against Tony Parker (28pts) and the Spurs.
He did have one pretty spectacular coast-to-coast play which involved a nice behind-the-back move and ended with a foul and/or flop at the end. You decide.
The decision is a lot tougher than deciding if his shoes are hot or not.