Here's Stephen Curry making over 100 3-pointers in a row, in case you needed a reminder he's still Stephen Curry
After breaking the NBA's worst record last year, the Warriors opened their season with one-sided losses to the Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks and appear to be sinking into the bay.
Andrew Wiggins looked like a disaster. Kelly Oubre was somehow worse. Draymond Green is still injured. Klay Thompson is out for the season. James Wiseman was a bright spot, but it's hard to hope for a team whose bright spot is a rookie Big Man.
And then there's Stephen Curry, who averages 19.5 points per game while shooting 20% out of 3-point range and speaking publicly about the team's performance.
All of this leads to a compelling argument that the warriors stayed cooked, but the warriors made their best counter-argument on Saturday with a video of Curry shooting 3-pointers.
More precisely, a video of Curry doing 3-pointers. For five minutes.
Stephen Curry is good at shooting
According to Raymond Ridder, Senior Vice President of Communications at Warriors, Curry's 3-point streak resulted in 105 marks in a row, 103 of which were on camera.
This is a decent reminder that despite all the fighting, the warriors still have the best marksman ever and he won't be shooting 20% of three for long. And who knows, maybe Green will return, Oubre will make a field goal that isn't a dunk, and Wiseman will become a real striker.
It's a long way to go for the Warriors to get back into the playoffs at all, and they'll need Curry in the driver's seat to make that happen.
The warriors need Stephen Curry to get more than 20 percent out of the 3-point range. (AP Photo / Jeff Chiu)
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