Warriors’ Steph Curry does canned ESPN pre-game interview from what seems to be like his mattress

Warriors’ Steph Curry does canned ESPN pre-game interview from what seems to be like his mattress

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Warriors’ Steph Curry does canned ESPN pre-game interview from what seems to be like his mattress

Feb. 28, 2021Up to date: Feb. 28, 2021 5:57 p.m.

Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors at Chase Heart on Jan. 25, 2021.

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Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry is rather like you and me. Assuming you’ve got finished a minimum of one Zoom name throughout the pandemic out of your mattress at dwelling.

The face of the Warriors did his canned ESPN pre-game interview on Sunday night forward of the Warriors-Lakers primetime affair with Jorge Sedano from what seemed to be his mattress. Pillows and a very fancy-looking picket headboard had been each in full view throughout Curry’s pre-game chat in regards to the streaking Dubs.

Whereas lounging in a comfortable hoodie, Steph chatted about every part from the Warriors looking for their group identification to being grateful he is wholesome after lacking 58 video games with a damaged left hand final season. (“That is essentially the most time I have been away from the sport,” he stated. “… I’ve missed it.”)

Curry additionally had reward for Draymond Inexperienced, whom he referred to as the very best defensive participant within the NBA simply after Inexperienced was showered with backhanded compliments by each Jalen Rose and Jay Williams throughout ESPN’s “NBA Countdown” pre-game present. “I believe he is simply been wanting basketball to be the one factor he has to fret about,” Curry stated of his longtime teammate. “You simply see the way in which he is dominating the sport on each ends.”

The Dubs sharpshooter, at the moment No. 3 within the NBA in scoring, capped the interview by hammering the difficulty of meals insecurity and his Eat Be taught Play basis’s try to fight it. Since COVID-19 first hit in america, Curry’s basis has supplied 16 million free meals to Bay Space households in want.

Grant Marek is SFGATE’s Editor in Chief. He is spent the final 21 years in numerous editorial roles for the likes of Thrillist, Yahoo! Sports activities, the S.F. Examiner, The Desert Solar, The Santa Clarita Sign, and Sports activities Illustrated. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley, and has lived within the Bay Space for 17 years. E-mail: [email protected]

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