(Video) NBA: Steph Curry Lays Down to Avoid Giannis Antetokounpmo Poster But Gets Dunked On Another Play

Steph Curry tried to stay out of the path of the “Greek Freak” Giannis Antetokounmpo, his plan eventually failed.  In the third quarter a little after the 10-minute mark, Giannis threw down a monstrous alley-oop and Curry was hit in the back of the head by the ball flying through the net.  Curry remained on one side of the court, while everyone continued play; Giannis came up with a steal and was running a fastbreak back towards Curry’s direction.  Rather than end up on a vicious poster, Curry laid on the ground and allowed Gianni to go past him and throw down a windmill dunk.  Curry thought he was successful in avoiding the poster, but he was wrong.

(Video) NBA: LOL Stephen Curry Breaks Out His Dance Moves With @DanceCamMom

If you watch Golden State Warriors’ games then you’ve definitely seen Dance Cam Mom.  During a game last year in November, the cam that catches Warriors’ fans, captured her and she broke out some hilarious dance moves.  Since then, she’s become a very recognizable face for the Warriors and even danced with their cheerleaders.  Dance Cam Mom is currently in New Orleans for the NBA All-Star festivities and was joined by Warriors’ star Stephen Curry who learned some of her moves.

NBA: LaVar Ball Says Lonzo Ball Will Be Better Than Steph Curry & People Compare His Son By Color

LaVar Ball is the father to THREE very talented basketball players, Lonzo Ball, LiAngelo Ball, and LaMelo Ball.  Lonzo is the oldest and he’s a star at UCLA.  Like most proud parents, LaVar boasted about his young star.

(Video) NBA: LeBron James: Warriors ‘Even More Dangerous Than They Were Last Year’

Tonight the Cleveland Cavaliers will walk into the Oracle Arena to take on the Golden State Warriors for the first time since their 2016 NBA championship win, and for their second matchup of the season after the Cavs won on Christmas.  LeBron James had some very positive words for the Warriors, although they were not happy about the decorations from his Halloween party that boasted about the Cavs 3-1 comeback, and reportedly had a Stephen Curry doll guests had to walk over.

NBA: Stephen Curry Finds It Comical People Think He’s ‘in a Slump’ This Season

Stephen Curry is averaging 24.8 points per game and shooting 40 percent from 3-point range.  For many other players, those would be considered great numbers, but his 3-point range is at the lowest of his career, and 47 percent from the field is his third-lowest career percentage.  Last year, fans were dazzled by Curry’s play with many even saying he was ahead of LeBron James as the best player in the league (NOT ME).  This year, however, fans and media alike have been saying Curry is in a slump.  He doesn’t agree.

(Photos) NBA: Wait What?! Taye Diggs Tells Steph Curry to Come Get Some of His ‘Chocolate Lovin’

  It looks like we have two flags on the play here.  Klay Thompson opened this NBA season with a shooting slump that sent trade rumors into overdrive.  He’s since gotten himself back on track, and the Golden State Warriors are clicking on all cylinders.  So what changed?

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