- Sep 13, 2001
it's because he is soft and mentally weak. when they face a little adversity and more agressive play they don't know what to do. i mean give cleveland their credit too, they completely changed their gameplay the last few games, giving wide open shots to barnes and green so that they could keep tighter d on klay and curry.Yeah, I think we've all seen Curry knock down unbelievable 3's against all kind of odds and defenses in the past. This series, those 3's just didn't fall.
I wonder if Curry gassed out at the end of the regular season + the injury v Houston, idk. There's still no doubt in my mind that he's the greatest shooter of all time, and deserves all the accolades for what he did in the regular season. I think at this point, we just need to see him deliver in the playoff and in the finals b/c last year, his performance wasn't great in the finals either.
it's incredible how bad the shots that curry and klay take look when they aren't dropping. they are shots that pretty much any coach from youth to the nba would tell you are terrible shots, but when they make them it's okay. when they don't though, it makes you scratch your head like wtf were they thinking?
you live by the 3, you die by the 3. this is nothing new.