This series is dedicated to the most exciting, exhilirating, electrifying and talented college basketball player of all-time (save David Thompson, Bryce Drew and a host of others)…..Stephen Curry. Recaps from games three and four after the jump.
Facts, no laughs. That’s what this series is about. Why? Because Stephen Curry is a beast, and he’s not funny; he’s a killer. So, let’s just get down to the neeeeeety greeeeeeety.
Game 3 v. Oklahoma:
44 points (6-15 from three), 3 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals. Not a lot of ball distribution here, but why should he? The 29 shots he took obviously wasn’t enough. They lost.
The White Lobster was 1-7 from three for 3 points. Awful.
I see Blake Griffin answered the call with 25 points and 21 rebounds. Good for him.
Oklahoma Head Coach Jeff Capel’s comments: “He’s special. You’re looking at a guy that’s one of the best guys out there,” Capel said. “That’s certainly one of the best performances I’ve ever seen.
Game 4 v. Winthrop:
30 points (5-12 from three), 3 rebounds, 13 assists and 3 steals. There’s the ball distribution you like in your point guard–Even though he shouldn’t be running the point. In fact, he shouldn’t pass it ever. The way I see it, those 13 assists could have been 13 threes. And that would’ve brought the total to 69 points, which is about right.
The White Lobster was 3-8 from three for 11 points. Pedestrian.
Winthrop Head Coach Randy Peele’s comments: “He’s really good with the ball, and he’s faster with the ball than what you realize,” Peele said. “He’s really hard to contain.”
Yea, Coach, I’d say impossible.