Stephen Curry has surpassed LeBron James for the most popular jersey in the NBA.
Stephen Curry shook off Iman Shumpert with a dribble, stepped back behind the line and splashed a 3-pointer that seemed to submerge a mute button on rocking and rolling Quicken Loans Arena.
The Golden State Warriors looked like the NBA’s best team. The Cleveland Cavaliers looked like a tired one.
LeBron James is doing more than ever. With the Cavaliers missing two All-Stars, he has no choice.
Stephen Curry was early in his career, a long way from even thinking about the NBA Finals.
Welcome to the Rubber Capital, where car tires first rolled, the Goodyear Blimp took flight and two bouncing baby basketball prodigies were born less than four years apart in the 1980s.
“That was the worst (fall ever) because you’re in the air for a long time,” Curry said.
The Houston Rockets couldn’t have scripted it any better.
His voice cracked first. Then, his eyes got red. Finally, Stephen Curry cried.
The confident aura the Golden State Warriors are giving off right now might be the only thing brighter than those yellow shirts every home fan is expected to be wearing again for Game 3 against the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night at ear-piercing Oracle Arena.