You only can do so much in trying to defend Stephen Curry, but there certainly are things you can do to make the game a bit tougher on the Golden State Warriors sharpshooter.

During Monday’s edition of “Get Up!” on ESPN, Terry Rozier shared a couple tips on how to defend Curry. While the Boston Celtics guard admitted the two-time NBA MVP often will make shots regardless of the level of defense, he noted staying on Curry’s hip and matching his pace will make the job a whole lot easier.

Check out Rozier’s full breakdown in the video below:

It’s safe to say the Cleveland Cavaliers didn’t do a good job of defending Curry in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday. The Warriors star scored a game-high 33 points, including a Finals-record nine 3-pointers, in Golden State’s 19-point win at Oracle Arena.

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