Steph Curry knows is his shot is going to go in once it leaves his hand.
Sometimes you can take a shot and know that it is going to drop. It just feels like money when it comes right out of your hand. It must be a feeling that Steph Curry is ridiculously familiar with. Last night, he let a 3-point shot fly from a couple of feet beyond the arc and splashed it in. As the ball was in mid-air he turned and headed back to the other side of the court already knowing that he got the bucket.
Just take a look at Steph on this play.
He even had a little look over to the defender after he let that one fly. Now that is money!
Steph wasn’t even having a strong performance on the night. He finished the game with 19 points and was struggling with his shot, but at that point in the game he found his stroke again.
Here is what his head coach said about Steph:
“Steph had arguably one of his worst games of the year going,” coach Steve Kerr said. “But that’s Steph. That’s why he’s Stephen Curry. I used to watch it with Michael Jordan. On nights where he missed 10 shots in a row, when everyone else would just clam up, he just all of a sudden would find that incredible confidence. It’s unbreakable. Steph has that.”
How can I get that?
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