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    Default Re: Analyzing Curry's 2016 playoffs: What happened?

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    MadDog can you defend this?


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    Default Re: Analyzing Curry's 2016 playoffs: What happened?

    This is a bump reminder whenever I see someone say Curry was injured. Thank you Rico.




    Curry was just fine it seems. LeLocked down

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    Default Re: Analyzing Curry's 2016 playoffs: What happened?

    This is a bump reminder whenever I see someone say Curry was injured. Thank you Rico.




    Curry was just fine it seems. LeAnchor locked him down.

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    Default Re: Analyzing Curry's 2016 playoffs: What happened?

    Quote Originally Posted by ELITEpower23 View Post
    This is a bump reminder whenever I see someone say Curry was injured. Thank you Rico.




    Curry was just fine it seems. LeAnchor locked him down.


    2016 Finals through 4 games:

    Game 1
    Curry's Points: 11 Result: Win

    Game 2
    Curry's Points: 18 Result: Win

    Game 3
    Curry's Points: 19 Result: Loss

    Game 4
    Curry's Points: 38 Result: Win



    If the inferior player locked Curry down it doesn't change the fact he was still behind 3-1. Curry as we should all know by now can win without scoring. What it took for the inferior player to win was for the league to lock the Warriors down.

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    Default Re: Analyzing Curry's 2016 playoffs: What happened?

    Quote Originally Posted by Docs Orders View Post
    as competition increases, Curry shrinks


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    It's kind of crazy that everyone here can say they have as many fmvp's as steph curry

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    Default Re: Analyzing Curry's 2016 playoffs: What happened?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephonit View Post
    2016 Finals through 4 games:

    Game 1
    Curry's Points: 11 Result: Win

    Game 2
    Curry's Points: 18 Result: Win

    Game 3
    Curry's Points: 19 Result: Loss

    Game 4
    Curry's Points: 38 Result: Win



    If the inferior player locked Curry down it doesn't change the fact he was still behind 3-1. Curry as we should all know by now can win without scoring. What it took for the inferior player to win was for the league to lock the Warriors down.
    All you're really proving with this is that it didn't matter if Curry was injured or not. He still was underperforming and Warriors still took a 3-1 lead despite that. It just makes Cleveland's comeback all the more impressive.

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    Default Re: Analyzing Curry's 2016 playoffs: What happened?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bronbron23 View Post
    It's kind of crazy that everyone here can say they have as many fmvp's as steph curry
    Proves how unbelievably idiotic the media is really.

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    Default Re: Analyzing Curry's 2016 playoffs: What happened?

    Quote Originally Posted by SaintzFury13 View Post
    All you're really proving with this is that it didn't matter if Curry was injured or not. He still was underperforming and Warriors still took a 3-1 lead despite that. It just makes Cleveland's comeback all the more impressive.
    I have no idea how you came up with that conclusion. Cleveland being 3-1 behind despite Curry underperforming, if we are to accept that for the sake of argument, doesn't scream impressive. It's decidedly unimpressive.

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    Default Re: Analyzing Curry's 2016 playoffs: What happened?

    Quote Originally Posted by SaintzFury13 View Post
    All you're really proving with this is that it didn't matter if Curry was injured or not. He still was underperforming and Warriors still took a 3-1 lead despite that. It just makes Cleveland's comeback all the more impressive.
    He choked in the biggest stage of the game.

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