Stephen Curry Reacts Gracefully to All-Star Game Streak Break

Stephen Curry Reacts Gracefully to All-Star Game Streak Break

 

For the first time in a decade, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is not a starter in the All-Star Game.He continued to put up All-Star caliber numbers and is a must-have option, but the streak was still shocking.

Despite this, the legendary gunman had nothing but praise and extremism. respect for the guys who came before him, saying he never took it for granted and that they definitely deserve it (via NBC Sports’ Warriors). Curry is already 35 years old, so it is natural to see a younger player take his place; it is exactly as it should be. 4,444 4,444 He has started every year except 2019-20, when an injury limited him to just five games all season.His numbers aren’t All Star worthy though.

He averaged 26.8 points, 4.2 rebounds, 4.9 assists and 4.6 three-pointers per game on 44% shooting, 40% from beyond the arc and a league-best and career-high 92.7% from the free throw line.Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Luka Doncic became the starters in the Western Conference backcourt, which isn’t surprising given how well their teams have fared and the video game-like numbers they’ve posted since the tournament began. in season in seasonThe Warriors have struggled to find their footing this year, but they still have time to turn things around.So watch out because the league just poked a bear and Stephen Curry is sure to let everyone know he’s not done yet..

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