When Golden State Warriors’ All-Star point guard Stephen Curry drilled home what some say was a “miraculous” three-point shot against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday, Cleveland point guard George Hill said he felt like Jesus was giving Curry a little help.
With the shot clock running down in the fourth quarter and facing pressure from Cleveland center Kevin Love, Curry fumbled the ball but then just tossed it up while fading away to make the impossible bucket.
“You can play good defense. Just like, for instance an example, Kevin Love guarding Curry the one time, shot clock’s going out, he turns, picks it up, fades, shoots it up to Jesus and Jesus drops it in the rim,” mused a stunned Hill after the game.
And on Wednesday night, even though Curry’s performance was not as spectacular as his Sunday night special, the Golden State Warriors still galloped to a 3-0 lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers thanks to amazing teamwork and small forward Kevin Durant who racked up 43 points in the Warriors’ 110-102 victory.
While Curry works hard to ensure he delivers his best performances every time he steps on a basketball court, he’s also powered by his faith in Scripture.
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Source: Christian Post