After Warriors vs. Hawks, Steph Curry gifts game worn No. 30 jersey to 2 Chainz courtside

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Following another one-game absence due to a tailbone contusion, Steph Curry returned to the Golden State Warriors’ starting lineup against the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday.

The seven-time All-Star point guard helped push the Warriors, notching a game-high 37 points on 12-of-23 shooting from the field with five rebounds, two assists and two steals against the Hawks.

However, it wasn’t enough to slow Atlanta’s powerful duo off the bench. Danilo Gallinari paced Atlanta with a team-high 25 points in 25 minutes off the bench. Veteran Lou Williams added to Atlanta’s second unit with 15 points on 5-of-15 shooting from the floor in 26 minutes.

Following Golden State’s 117-111 loss in Atlanta, Curry met with a famous fan at State Farm Arena. After the game, the two-time Most Valuable Player gifted his game-worn No. 30 jersey to 2 Chainz. Curry added a custom signature for the Georgia rapper.

Via @warriors on Twitter:

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Before dropping hits like “Mercy,” “No Lie” and “No Problem,” 2 Chainz played college basketball at Alabama State University. At All-Star weekend in Atlanta, 2 Chainz linked up with Lil Baby for a two-on-two tilt against fellow rappers Jack Harlow and Quavo. Harlow and Quavo stole the show, dominating the contest 21-7.

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