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    Tuesday, November 9, 2010

    Stephen Curry NBA Best Shooter At Young Age Golden State Warriors

    Stephen Curry a son of Del Curry whose also a former NBA player has already shocked the whole NBA world after proving to all his doubters that even though he's thin and he looks frail he can still be an NBA all star.

    During his college days he led the NCAA dark horse Davidson College to the NCAA Final four a peat that even their coach never imagined because of their weak line-up in the last 10 years. Stephen Curry carried his team down to the semi-finals but they were defeated by the Kansas Jayhawks.

    All through his college days he averaged 25 points and 7 assists per game. He caught the attention of NBA scouts especially the Golden State Warriors.

    Here's Curry's college hoops highlights:

    After his historic stint in Davidson College he then applied for the NBA draft. He was chosen by the Golden State Warriors.

    Here are the videos of his first year in the NBA:

    Now that he is in his second season in the NBA he has improved a lot. He has set a recent career high in terms of points. He had 34 points which helped the Warriors have a 5-2 record. He has averaged a 67 percent shooting from the field at 6 out of 9.

    He has just turned 22 years old. He's that young to be ridiculed.

    He is also considered as one of the NBA's best free throw shooter as he hasn't missed a free throw since October.

    He can also pass the ball using either his left or right hand.

    He is now one of the best pure shooters in the NBA.

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