For a while, it really looked like the Raptors could hang at Oracle Arena. Then the Dubs started their carnival routine of flare screens for three-pointers and pinpoint passing and Toronto didn’t know what hit them. Stephen Curry has 22 points and 10 dimes with a little over seven minutes left in the fourth quarter, and one of his assists was a snazzy flip to Draymond Green for the dunk in late in the second quarter.
Sometimes Steph puts a little something spicy into his passes, and this was no exception on the mini-break. Curry pulls the ball back – like a hesitation dribble, but for the pass — and flings it through a invisible seam in the Toronto offense to the waiting Green:
So much fun to watch these guys, and they’re doing it against a very good Raptors team with a point guard opposite Curry — Kyle Lowry — who is playing out of his mind with DeMar DeRozan down. It doesn’t matter; the Dubs are just this good.
What do you think?
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