Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is one of the best basketball players in our generation. However, known infamously for throwing his mouthpiece in the NBA playoffs a few years back, the two-time NBA MVP sometimes lets his emotions get the best of him.
On Wednesday, Stephen Curry let the clickbait of a news site on Twitter get to his head.
Curry has an event this upcoming week. It’s a pop-up shop that’s free attendance, but only with a limited amount of spots.
ABC7 news in the Bay area tweeted out that fans shouldn’t attend the event. This enraged Curry, who loves his fans and thinks that ABC7 news is being ludicrous.
Wow. Y’all wild for this one! How about telling people when to come by instead of the click bait! Tickets available This Thursday between 12pm-7pm. Limited, but Tickets are free. Don’t have to buy anything! I will be at the Fox Theater Friday. https://t.co/2gzsMXwqPR
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) January 2, 2019
Curry and the Warriors have hit a bit of a pothole as of late. Klay Thompson and Draymond Green are having the worst seasons since their rookie year. Moreover, Curry had been sidelined for a few weeks in November and the pressure went on Kevin Durant to lead the team every night.
It’s not that Durant couldn’t lead them, however, the team’s bench and depth is very mediocre. The Warriors do not have one of basketball’s best depth charts as they did in their first few Finals runs. Nonetheless, with the addition of DeMarcus Cousins later on this season, the Dubs should be fine and have plenty of stardom on the floor at once going into the postseason.
Curry is averaging 28.7 points, 5.2 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game while shooting 48.7 percent from the field and 45.2 percent from deep.
The Warriors are 25-13 on the season and currently sit 2nd in the NBA’s Western Conference. They will face off next against the Houston Rockets on Thursday at home.