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“My god”- Fans react to Steph Curry’s out of the world assist to Jonathan Kuminga

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It has become impossible to not bring up Steph Curry after every Golden State Warriors game. Golden State Warriors registered a 140-137 victory over the Utah Jazz. No matter how many guys one throws at Curry, it is impossible to stop the 35-year-old from doing something magical in every possible game.

Steph Curry has nothing else to prove he is already a legend of the game but it seems he is outdoing himself in every game. Curry amazed fans with a wonderful assist to Jonathan Kuminga. Curry chipped the ball from almost the center court for Kuminga to easily slot in a basket.

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 Steph Curry’s assist impressed fans all over the Internet

Fans loved what they saw and were quick to speak their mind on Twitter

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“Holy moly” one fan wrote on X (previously Twitter)

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“Steph is literally the best shooter of all timeeee” another fan commented.

“My god” another Twitter user wrote.

Though most of the fans on Twitter appreciated Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors, some accused them of stat padding against the Jazz or disregarded the hype behind the pass.

“Stat padding against the “jazz” shameless play” a Twitter user wrote.

“Hyping up beating the Jazz” another Tweeted

Steph Curry broke a massive record against the Utah Jazz

Despite starting the season poorly, the Golden State Warriors have regained their form and have won 8 of their last 10 matches. Steph Curry is in great form and has hit more than seven 3-pointers in four consecutive games, making him the first player in NBA’s history to do so.

Steph Curry

It was not only Curry who reached a milestone against the Jazz but also the Warriors coach Steve Kerr.

This win against the Utah Jazz was Kerr’s 500th career regular season coaching victory, making him the second coach after Alvin Attles (557) to ever reach a 500-win mark. Steve Kerr has been one of the most influential figures in the Golden State Warriors history. Kerr has taken the Warriors to 6 NBA finals in the last 10 seasons, winning 4 of them. The team also recorded a 73-win season under Steve Kerr. The 58-year-old coach achieved this feat of 500 wins in just 764 games.

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Arko Bhattacharyya
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Arko Bhattacharyya is a content writer for swen entertainment and sports. This political science graduate is a huge sports fan . He uses his experience and passion to provide unique insight into all. Arko Bhattacharyya is a content writer combat based and us sports . Besides being a Us sports buff , he is also a massive football and cricket fan . Apart from his professional exploits as a content writer , he likes to travel and explore.
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