Steph Curry uses top of backboard to nail ridiculous circus layup

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Steph uses top of backboard to nail ridiculous circus layup originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Steph Curry scored perhaps the most absurd basket of his career Wednesday night.

That's it. That's the lede. See for yourself.

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The Warriors star has made the ridiculous look routine all season, and his circus layup against the Portland Trail Blazers at Moda Center certainly is no exception. Curry's shooting range has few peers, but his ability to finish in traffic can't be underestimated, either.

Good luck beating this guy in "HORSE."

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Curry will have another game Thursday to try and top Wednesday's shot before heading to Atlanta for the 2021 NBA All-Star Game. He'll also participate in the 3-Point Contest prior to tipoff.

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