Steph Curry, Warriors will win 'zero' more NBA titles, ESPN analyst believes

Analyst uses 'zero glasses' to double bad Steph, Dubs Take originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea
ESPN analyst Domonique Foxworth is doubling down - literally - on his previously incorrect prediction that Steph Curry and the Warriors will no longer win NBA championships.
The last time Foxworth had any idea how many more rings Curry would win with Golden State was in August, and the two-time NBA MVP had just signed a $215 million contract extension. Both Foxworth and fellow analyst Kendrick Perkins held up their hands in the form of a zero.
Curry took note.
He proved them wrong, winning the NBA Finals MVP along with another ring after defeating the Boston Celtics. As he ingested his fourth title while speaking to reporters at TD Garden, he gave a visual reminder of just how wrong those August guesses were.
On Wednesday's episode of "Get Up," Foxworth was again asked to predict how many titles Curry and the Warriors will win after their fourth championship in eight seasons. He held up not one but two zeros after claiming Golden State's "pettiness" was proof they were "resting on their lorals."
Foxworth provided Curry with enough fuel to win a fourth ring the last time he held up a zero, and it was just one. With his "zero glasses" remark, there's no telling what kind of season Foxworth could inspire.
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