In the NBA Finals of 2022, the Golden State Warriors beat the Boston Celtics. Stephen Curry was named MVP of the NBA Finals for the first time. To commemorate his most recent achievement, he’ll be serving champagne and some icy cold takes.
After Klay Thompson’s series of injuries and Curry missing nearly the entire 2019-20 season, there were many questions about the Warriors’ ability to compete for championships. Curry’s best days were thought to be behind him by many basketball fans. After that, he and the Dubs disproved all of the skeptics. He focused his criticism on a few specific detractors during the postgame press conference.
When Curry extended his contract with the Warriors last offseason, ESPN analysts Kendrick Perkins and Domonique Foxworth boldly predicted that he would not win another championship in the next four years. Curry responded with a retort after proving them wrong.
“I recall some experts and talk show hosts putting up the big zero,” STEPH says.pic.twitter.com/DU3tjLFWva
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