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Warriors Steph Curry & Kings Omri Casspi Three-Point Shootout

Steph Curry went bonkers in the second-quarter after being held scoreless in the first, the reigning NBA MVP scored 17 points in a ridiculous three-minute span against the Sacramento Kings. Not to be outdone was Kings own sniper Omri Casspi who went 7-for-7 from the land beyond, matching Curry shot-for-shot in a good ol’ fashion three-point shootout.

Perhaps Casspi should create his own pre-game half-court shot-making ritual and develop a legion of fans has Chef Curry has done for the Warriors, forcing fans to show-up to games as early as 2-3 hours before game-time to watch him go through his drills and treat fans to a casual five or six three balls from just outside half-court.

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