Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry averaged 24 points per game against NBA defenses this past season. Put him against college and amateur players, and you’re likely to see quite the show.
Wednesday night, the guard did just that.
Curry suited up for his first game with San Francisco City of the San Francisco Pro-Am Summer League earlier this week. Playing against less experienced competition, the All-Star looked absolutely filthy with the ball.
His night included 43 points and some spectacular dunks.
After the game was over, Curry tried to take some pictures with his team but was swarmed by a mob of fans from the crowd.
Steph Curry had to be escorted away - or his own safety. He was mobbed while trying to take a photo with the team. Followed him to his car—
Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) July 03, 2014
Even though it was against an amateur team, Curry’s night was impressive nonetheless. New Warriors head coach Steve Kerr can only hope for more performances like this one.
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