Stephen Curry is unstoppable! The NBA’s MVP stepped up during the May 18 game between his Golden State Warriors and the Oklahoma City Thunder, scoring 15 points under two minutes. Click to see this incredible performance!
Sorry, Golden State Warriors hates, but Stephen Curry, 28, pulled out another jaw-dopping performance that gave his team the win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. During an epic NBA Playoffs battle, Steph personally shut down the Thunder in less time it takes to microwave a burrito.
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Much like a burrito, the OKC Thunder were pretty much wrapped up after Steph decided to light up the scoreboard. During the 3rd quarter of Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals on May 18, the NBA’s MVP decided to stop goofing around. He unleashed a fury of shots, nailing 15 points in 1:58 – three 3 pointers, one long 2-pointer and four three throws, according to SB Nation.
The Dubs were only leading by seven points when Steph hit that first three-pointer, according to CBS Sports. When Steph was done smoking the Thunder, the Warriors were up by 20. Oklahoma City would never recover, as the final score of this basketball bloodbath was 118-91. When out on the court or at the gym, blast unlimited and ad-free streaming music after signing up for it here.
This series between the Thunder and the Warriors might be the best basketball in the entire NBA Playoffs. OKC’s Steven Adam, 22, Russell Westbrook, 27, and Kevin Durant, 27, managed to beat the Warriors in Game 1, per Deadspin. Though the game was ugly, the Thunder kept up with the best team in NBA history to draw first blood in the series, winning 108-102. Seems Steph wasn’t going to let them win two in a row.
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LeBron James, 31, and the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers better take notice of this killer performance. While the Cavs are expected to dominate the Toronto Raptors (they annihilated them 115-85 on May 17) they may run into a golden brick wall when/if they meet Steph and the Dubs in the Finals. As he just proved, Stephen only needs 118 seconds to ensure victory.
What do you think about Steph’s performance, HollywoodLifers? Do you think he and the Warriors will win the Finals again?