No matter the situation, Steph Curry has the ability to leave jaws dropped every time he touches a basketball. The Golden State Warriors left everybody in the arena speechless when he snared a pass from Andrew Bogut on the perimeter and instantly ran into a wall of defensive traffic. Undeterred by the heavy pressure, Curry dribbled around his back through a trio of Clippers before stepping behind the arc and abruptly unleashing an off-balance 3-pointer from the top of the key that somehow swished. In the first of his two straight MVP seasons, Curry scored just 12 points on nine shots yet still left the arena as the most talked about player on the floor. The circus shot even left head coach Steve Kerr — who made 726 3-pointers and shot better than 45 percent from downtown during a 15-year NBA run — in total disbelief. Curry added four assists and three steals in Golden State’s 106-98 victory on March 8, 2015 and would later go on to win his first championship later that year.
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