Steph Curry Gives Autographed Game-Worn Sneakers to Birthday Boy After Historic 51-Point Performance (Videos)
Steph Curry had another typical ridiculously awesome record-setting game on Thursday night in Orlando. Needing just one bucket from beyond the arc to set a new NBA record for most consecutive games with a three-pointer, Curry came out and hit 10. Then he went and hit another 10 buckets from inside the arc, going in insane 20-27 (.741) from the field and 1-1 from the charity stripe for a total of 51 points.
Oh, and he hit a half-court buzzer-beater to end the third quarter.
Here’s every single incredible bucket:
As awesome as Curry was during the game, however, he was even more awesome after the game. Because instead of just getting the hell off the court to ice his knees, Curry lingered around and, upon noticing a young Warriors fan with a sign saying it was his birthday, he made sure that kid got his autographed game-worn sneakers.
Here’s Curry pointing the kid out to his handlers:
And here’s video wherein the kid’s dad explains that the little dude saved up his own money to buy tickets to that game:
— A Diverse Collection (@ADiverseCollect) February 26, 2016
Best. Birthday. Ever.
Hat Tip – [SB Nation]