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Steph Curry’s Incredible Dribbling Skills at Nuggets-Warriors Game Goes Viral

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Golden State Warriors stalwart Steph Curry unleashed his phenomenal dribbling skills on Thursday evening when the Warriors hosted the Denver Nuggets at the Chase Center in San Francisco.

Steph Curry keeps dribbling alive

Curry is arguably the best shooter in NBA history and he also possesses outstanding ball-handling skills. He flaunted the same skills during the second half of the Warriors-Nuggets clash. Steph Curry did something that grabbed the headlines recently. He got down on his knees but kept the dribble alive before scoring from a jump shot.

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“Steph somehow keeps his dribble alive and drills the jumper 🤯 “

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Steph Curry scripts history

Curry played his 914th career game, which moves ahead of Latrell Sprewell and equals Bo Outlaw and Allen Iverson for 242nd on the NBA’s all-time regular season games played list.

It has been noted that following Iverson and Outlaw, the next players for Curry to pass will be Al Jefferson (915), George Hill (915) and Clarence Weatherspoon (915).

In 35 minutes of playing time, Curry had 36 points, two rebounds, six assists, four steals and one block while shooting 12/20 from the field and 4/9 from the three-point range.

The two-time MVP headed into the game with averages of 27.6 points, 4.4 rebounds and 4.6 assists per contest while shooting 45.8% from the field and 41.0% from the three-point range.

He has shown no signs of slowing down even though he will be 36 years old before the end of the season. The Warriors are the 11th seed in the Western Conference with a 16-17 record in their first 33 games of the season.

Warriors are 6-4 over their last ten games and coming off a 121-115 victory over Paolo Banchero and the Orlando Magic.

On Friday evening, the Warriors will play the second night of a back-to-back when they host Cade Cunningham and the Detroit Pistons.

On the other hand, Nuggets are the third seed in the Western Conference with a 24-11 record in 35 games.

 

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Bishal Roy
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