Steph Curry Behind-the-Back Crossover Surgically Removes Chris Paul’s Ankles and Replaces Them with Rubber Bands (Videos)
It’s hard to overdo it with superlatives when describing the season Stephen Curry has had. Incredible, unreal, insane—those all work. And the best part is, the stats don’t tell the whole story.
Sure, he’s currently sixth in the league with 23.7 points per game, and he’s currently sixth in the league with 7.9 assists per game. And those are great numbers. But to understand the season Steph Curry is having, you have to see it with your own eyes.
Chris Paul? That guy has seen it. In fact, he’s seen way too much of it for his liking. Steph Curry keeps making Chris Paul—formerly known as the best point guard in the NBA—look like a fool.
He did it a few weeks ago in Oakland with a couple of sick plays in a game televised nationally on ESPN. And Curry did it again on Tuesday while helping the Warriors win the season series against their division rivals, three games to one.
Check out this sick Steph Curry behind-the-back crossover that shattered Chris Paul’s ankles:
What’s that? Can’t even see what the hell Curry is doing with the ball because the dude is like a freaking humming bird? Well, here it is again in super slow-motion:
That’s not just athleticism. That’s artistry. Steph Curry could go on tour with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, just dribbling a basketball up on stage, and nobody would complain.
Like I said, the numbers just don’t tell the whole story.