Steph Curry Can't Believe His Own Shot, Looks at His Hands After Switch Hand Reverse Layup

Steph Curry Can't Believe His Own Shot, Looks at His Hands After Switch Hand Reverse Layup

Steph Curry has been in a slump...by Steph Curry standards, at least, and is not in the MVP conversation after winning the honor both of the last two seasons. Curry can still get it done though, and even amazed himself after a gravity-defying switch-hand reverse layup during Wednesday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers. That magical shot help propel Curry and the Warriors past the Blazers by the score of 125-117

 

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry can be so brilliant at basketball sometimes not even he can believe it.

In the Warriors' 125-117 win over the Portland Trail Blazers in the NBA, Curry did a gravity-defying switch hand reverse lay-up. ​That spectacular move left guard puzzled as he stared down at right hand and left completely unsure of just what kind of a maneuver he had pulled off.

The lay-up at Oracle Arena in the US city of Oakland, California, was a high point after which the Warriors were forced to step up their game a couple of notches.

It took big nights from Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant for the Warriors to carve out a 125-117 victory, their fourth win in a row and ninth in a row on their home floor.

 

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