Monday Nov 28, 2022
Monday Nov 28, 2022

Curry dropping 3s, jaws at All-Star Game

2022 Feb 21, 9:57,

Steph Curry put on a jaw-dropping 3-point display in the third quarter of the NBA All-Star Game with seven 3-pointers.

Moments after being honored as one of the league’s best 75 players, Curry showed how he’s helped change the game. Curry launched several of his 3-pointers from just feet inside the half-court logo.

On one of his makes, Curry already turned and was running back to the other end before the ball swished through the net.

Curry has scored 45 points, all on 3-pointers through the first three quarters and is upstaging LeBron James’ return to Cleveland.

The teams tied in the third quarter. Team Durant enters the fourth quarter leading Team LeBron 139-138 with the first team to 163 getting the win.

Steph Curry ignored the booing from Cleveland’s crowd and knocked down six 3-pointers in the second quarter of the NBA All-Star Game.

Team Durant won the second quarter 49-46 over Team LeBron. The score is reset after each quarter until the fourth.

Curry scored 24 points in the first two quarters to lead Team LeBron. James has 13 and Giannis Antetokounmpo 12.

Joel Embiid leads Team Durant with 17 points and Devin Booker has 16.

During a timeout in the second quarter, Phoenix guard Chris Paul was presented with the inaugural Kobe & Gigi Bryant WBNA Advocacy Award for his contributions to the advance of women’s basketball and advocacy for the league.

LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo combined for 17 points as Team LeBron won the first quarter of the NBA All-Star Game 47-45 over Team Durant.

Welcomed with a roaring ovation by Cleveland fans before the game, James didn’t disappoint his former home crowd with a thundering dunk in the period.

NBA scoring leader Joel Embiid scored 11 points in the first to lead Team Durant.

The score will reset after the first two quarters to zero. After the third quarter, the teams will play to a target score to determine the winner.

Grizzlies high-flying guard Ja Morant had one of the flashiest moments of the first quarter, catching an alley-oop pass and completing a dunk that might have won the underwhelming Saturday night dunk contest.

Chicago’s Zach LaVine also delivered a 360-degree dunk for Team Durant.

Cleveland’s crowd got what they came for as Cavaliers guard Darius Garland and center Jarrett Allen -- both first-time All-Stars on Team Durant — both checked in during the first quarter.

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