Steph Curry reacts to Carmelo Anthony’s crafty footwork during Trail Blazers vs. Hawks

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With the Golden State Warriors enjoying a weekend off before a matchup with the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers on Monday, Steph Curry was tuned in for the Portland Trail Blazers tilt against the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night.

After Carmelo Anthony drilled a baseline step-back jumper over Solomon Hill, the two-time Most Valuable Player chimed in on social media.

Prior to getting his shot off, Anthony created space with a flurry of crafty pivots. Curry praised the veteran scorer’s slick footwork. On Twitter, the Warriors point guard said he watched the clip of Anthony’s bucket 20 times.

Via @StephenCurry30 on Twitter:

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Anthony finished the contest with 11 points on 4-of-11 shooting from the field. During the Blazers’ 112-106 victory over Trae

Young and the Hawks, Anthony added a steal, rebound and block in 29 minutes.

During the 2020-21 season, the 17-year veteran is averaging 12 points on 39.8% from the field with 3.1 rebounds and 1.2 assists per contest. The next time Anthony and the Blazers travel to Chase Center is March 3.