HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned how superstar baller Steph Curry is preparing for game 6 of the tense NBA finals. For him, it’s a make or break situation!
Stephen Curry, 22, is not messing around when it comes to training for the NBA finals. As the Warriors prepare to meet the end of their battle after a long, grueling season of professional basketball, this team member has his eye on the prize and nothing else.
“While Steph would love nothing more than to win the championship at home at Oracle Arena in Oakland in front of the best and loudest fans on the planet,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY, “he’s treating this game like it’s do or die!” That not only sounds terrifying, it sounds exciting!
So, is Stephen capable of bring home a championship for his team? It remains to be seen, but all eyes are on him and LeBron James as the season skims to a close. Maybe these two will share a lifelong bond? Er, maybe not.
Thankfully, Steph has his favorite artist, E-40, to get pumped up. “It’s all mental for him. He’s in the zone! He’s stretching, doing some light workouts, and getting inspiration and energy by listening to nothing but that Yay Area hyphy music,” our source revealed.
“Steph loves E-40 and has been bumping 40 Fonzarelli all day long! He’s getting turned up ‘In A Major Way,’ knocking famous cuts like ‘We In This Thang Breh,’ ‘Function,’ and of course his favorite, ‘Choices (Yup),’ which 40 Water made specifically for the team,” the source explained, revealing a little bit of Steph’s pre-game playlist.
“There’s no room for error here and he and the rest of the time is going to put it all on the line tonight,” our continued, reminding us that tonight is do-or-die when it comes the careers of these players. That really sucks, doesn’t it?
HollywoodLife.com wishes Steph, LeBron, and the rest of the Warriors and Cavaliers nothing but the best during this difficult team. If only everyone could win, right?
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers — Are YOU excited for the finals? Who do YOU think will win the game? Comment below!
— Lauren Cox, with reporting by Eric Ray Mitchell