Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry did a generous thing right after their game against the Milwaukee Bucks Friday night.
The five-time All-Star gave two lucky fans signed shoes. The same pair that he wore during their matchup.
Curry did so on his way towards the locker room.
— NBA (@NBA) December 8, 2018
It wasn’t the first time that Stephen Curry did such a heart-warming gesture. Apart from Curry, Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook has been doing this more often, targetting young OKC fans as the lucky recipients.
Curry finished the game with 20 points on 7-of-17 shooting. He also made four of his nine attempts from downtown. The Warriors avenged their defeat to the Bucks earlier this season as they won this game, 105-95.
Klay Thompson also scored 20 points to also lead the Warriors in scoring. Kevin Durant meanwhile finished with 11, no thanks to an abysmal shooting from the field.
It was the Warriors’ third straight win and also their third since Stephen Curry returned from a groin injury last week.
With the win, Golden State improves to 18-9 which is the second-best record in the West. The conference’s race to the top is a tight one as the top seed and the sixth seed are only separated by two games.