We’ve seen Steph Curry go behind his back before. The Golden State Warriors maestro can do it to free space for himself, but also wield such trickery to find an open teammate. And here’s the most awesome part: Curry normally utilizes behind-the-back moves with his left hand.
The 26 year-old was at it again early against the Dallas Mavericks tonight. After driving baseline and being stymied by Tyson Chandler, he quickly moved the ball from left to right behind him before whipping it back the other way for an open Harrison Barnes three-pointer.
You know the result, and Steph did, too. He doesn’t need to actually watch shots go in, remember?
The Warriors lead the Mavericks 50-38 late in the first half. Steph has 16 points and five assists.
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