I still can't figure out what Andrew Bogut was trying to accomplish with this pass. What I do know is Nikola Jokic couldn't have been incredibly pleased with the outcome.
Stephen Curry is just casually knocking down 30 footers here. The dude is going to shatter every NBA record for three pointers made when it's all said and done.
The Golden State Warriors are tearing through the league, but do people really care like they did when the Miami Heat were doing the same thing?
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Fifth-grader Noah (Baby Birdman) Cutler is better than you at basketball. He's also an expert at imitating Stephen Curry. Follow his career on Instagram @babybirdman3.
The Golden State Warriors were victorious once again on Monday night as they took down the Miami Heat 111-103. Stephen Curry poured in 31 points and added this ridiculously unbelievable pass in the process.
The Golden State Warriors are the NBA's best team and defending champion. You can bet their grade for the season's first half is pretty good.
Watch the Warriors’ bench. pic.twitter.com/Mad5WWOVWA
— Dieter Kurtenbach (@dkurtenbach) January 6, 2016
Metta World Peace is a shell of the player he used to be and that includes his jumping ability. In last night's game against the Golden State Warriors, he had an uncontested layup attempt on a fast break and completely blew up, which led to a lot of laughter from the Warriors' bench.
The NBA has gotten worse and worse at calling traveling over the years, and stuff like this just makes you wonder how NBA officials keep their job.
Stephen Curry's father Dell Curry broadcasts for Charlotte Hornets, who he played for during the majority of his NBA career. The Hornets took on Golden State in Oakland last evening, and the younger Curry decided to expertly video bomb his father during a live broadcast.
Steve Kerr is set to return to the Golden State Warriors soon, and his presence on the bench will give them a new level of comfort.