Stephen Curry put together another complete performance Wednesday against the Mavericks, torching Dallas for 33 points, 10 asssists and the game-winner with :01.5 left. Floaters, no-look passes, pick-and-roll perfection, step-back 3-pointers, a 4-point play, cross-court left-handed passes … Curry’s entire repertoire was on display. He’s now 6th in the league in scoring (24.1 ppg), third in assists (9.0), and second in three-pointers made (68; his fellow Splash Brother, Klay Thompson, is 1st with 78).
After LeBron, the second most exciting player in the NBA has to be Stephen Curry. Yes, Kevin Durant and Paul George and Chris Paul are all up there, but last year Curry made the leap to must-watch and this season he’s become must-DVR.
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