During Game 2 of Sunday night’s NBA Finals game, Steph Curry made a highlight-reel player against LeBron James...who that featured an obvious double dribble that wasn’t called, as you can see below.
Turns out Curry actually put up a double-dribble when he danced on LeBron pic.twitter.com/ewkHHtHXZD— Spark ⚡️ Sports (@Spark_Sports_) June 5, 2017
You can also see Curry talking smack afterward, which forced DBN’s Matt Wood to ask on Twitter, “what is the NFL equivalent of talking smack after a layup?” We ended up getting a bunch of responses, so let’s take a look at the best of them:
Flexing on a touchback— Captain Cleveland (@BringBrettBrien) June 5, 2017
A three yard run for a first down. In the 2nd quarter. From your own 30. On 2nd down. Already up 10-0.— Hayden Young (@haydenyoung15) June 5, 2017
Flexing after a tackle 13 yards down field— Andrew Johnson (@DrewFromCleve) June 5, 2017
Throwing an easy check down— Steven Carder (@SdotCarder) June 5, 2017
Signaling a first down after a 4 yard out route catch— Jimmy Strickland (@StricklyTweetin) June 5, 2017
Pointing and staring down the 3rd team special teamer on defense after nailing an XP— David Adams (@david_ghouse) June 5, 2017
My dreaded memory goes back to when the Browns were down like 30-0 in a game a long time ago, and then after a blocked punt for a touchdown, Andre King celebrated like we just won the Super Bowl. To an extent, Chris Tabor celebrating after a Marlon Moore blocked punt a couple years ago was embarrassing too, considering no one tried to actually score the ball after the block.
I don’t know any Cavs fans that Curry’s demeanor does not constantly grind on. There is one way it could be worse:
The only way I could dislike Steph more right now is if he played for the Pittsburgh Ravens.— Dawgs By Nature (@DawgsByNature) June 5, 2017