Steph Curry Spotted Playing Pickup Game Vs. Strangers

Four-time NBA champion Steph Curry was seen playing in a pickup basketball game at a Life Time Fitness gym in Sacramento, California. That is, while most of the guys at the gym were just going about their daily lives, playing basketball in between their workouts, in walks the 2x NBA MVP, who suited up before taking the court.

Curry was joined by his former Warriors teammate Kent Bazemore, as both were seen putting up shots against a bunch of 5-foot-10 average Joes.

Curry missed his first three-point attempt, before his teammate grabbed the rebound, in which the second chance opportunity was converted. Then if it wasn't enough for Curry to sink the game-winning three, he had to hit them with his signature "Night Night" celebration.

The Warriors were eliminated from the "play-in" tournament on April 16, which means Curry has had a lot of extra time on his hands, that he is not necessarily used to, considering he made the Finals six out of the last 10 seasons.

In his 15th season, 36 year-old Curry averaged 26.4 points (45% FG; 40.8% 3P), 4.5 rebounds, and 5.1 assists. Curry hit 357 three's this season, which was the most in the NBA, and this is also the eighth time in his career, that he has led the league in 3's.

Notably, Curry is No. 1 on the all-time NBA three-pointers made list (3,747), and the next closest player trails him by 774 threes, Ray Allen (2,973).

With this in mind, average hoopers probably will never stand a chance in trying to guard the 10x NBA All-Star.

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