Steph Curry not only delights fans watching at home, but even leaves his Warriors teammates stunned.
Injured Warriors center Marquese Chriss joined the NBC Sports Bay Area broadcast throughout Monday’s second quarter game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and had a perfect reaction to Curry who hit a three just before halftime.
After a side pass from Kent Bazemore, Curry scored a three-pointer for the Warriors ’59-52 lead.
As the ball entered, Chriss could be heard on the show saying “Oh, God.”
Curry is playing at MVP level this season, and finished the first half of Monday’s game with 24 points on 9-of-12 shots from the field and 5-on-7 from a 3-point range.
Chriss suffered an ankle injury of the right syndesmosis and a fibula fracture during the shooting and underwent surgery. The Warriors did not secure a schedule when he could return, but The Athletic reported that the 23-year-old will miss the rest of the 2020-21 NBA season.
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During Monday’s show, Chriss told Bob Fitzgerald and Kelenna Azubuike that he no longer needed crutches or a walking boot.
Curry leaves fans in disbelief every night, and he obviously passes this on to his own teammates.