Stephen Curry Showed Off Unlimited Range, But Limited Sportsmanship in the NBA All-Star Game

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Stephen Curry Showed Off Unlimited Range, But Limited Sportsmanship in the NBA All-Star Game

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Stephen Curry Showed Off Unlimited Range, But Limited Sportsmanship in the NBA All-Star Game

TNT was focused on Kobe Bryant as time wound down in last night’s NBA All-Star Game, so they did not show Stephen Curry’s final shot on live television. Steph hoisted a jumper from a step inside midcourt near the sideline and made it because Stephen Curry is awesome at basketball. The only problem? The West was up 20 points.

Where’s the sportsmanship? And why was Curry in so late in a 20-point game in the first place? Perhaps we should look to coach Gregg Popovich who had multiple starters in late. Hopefully, all the young children had gone to bed before this happened. I guess we should thank TNT for saving America from such unseemly action.

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