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Wiseman has perfect reaction watching Steph's highlights originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea
Steph Curry authored a legendary run this past season, as the Warriors star led the NBA in scoring at 32.0 points per game while setting new career-best averages in points, rebounds, field goals attempted and made per game, 3-pointers attempted and made per game and free throws attempted and made per game.
For most of the season, Curry was on a completely different level as he tried to will the Warriors to the playoffs without Klay Thompson.
Rookie center James Wiseman got his first dose of life as Curry's teammate last season. In a recent video posted by the Warriors, Wiseman watched highlights from last season and had some incredible reactions to a few of Steph's unreal moments.
The first clip was from Curry's 62-point barrage against the Portland Trail Blazers in January.
"Ooooh, this is tough," Wiseman said. "This is when he scored 62, and Steph is just like a cheat code, it's just like easy. Easy money. I'm over there hyped."
Wiseman's best reaction came after watching Curry drill a 3-pointer from the logo against the Dallas Mavericks in February.
"That's crazy!" Wiseman said. "That's actually psycho [laughs]. Almost halfcourt? Are you serious? The moves, OK! That's live."
The final highlight Wiseman viewed was of Curry's circus shot against the San Antonio Spurs.
Wiseman was just like the rest of us watching Curry wave his wand and do the improbable.
"Hold up! What?!" Wiseman exclaimed. "How? How? How? What? No way. That dude is the GOAT. That's crazy. That's ... how?"
Curry's incredible season wasn't enough to boost the Warriors into the NBA playoffs as Golden State was eliminated from the play-in tournament by the Memphis Grizzlies.
Now, the Warriors face a critical offseason in which they must get Curry, Thompson and Draymond Green the help required to contend for titles as they enter the back-half of their championship primes.
It's unclear yet whether or not Wiseman will remain part of that title picture. But it's clear the young center would love to continue having a front-row seat to the greatest show in sports.