Two of the greatest shooters in Warriors history squared off in the truest test of shooting ability Friday night.
Two-time MVP Steph Curry and Basketball Hall of Famer Chris Mullin played "Pop-A-Shot" on the set of "Warriors Pregame Live," pitting the two against one another.
"I don't get a trophy for this?" 😂
Steph wants some hardware after winning Pop-A-Shot pic.twitter.com/7wb5GnuUtH
— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) November 30, 2019
With Curry's left hand broken, the two each used only their dominant hands. But a broken hand didn't deter the three-time NBA champion, as Curry beat Mullin 39-17 on the Golden Gate Studio set.
When Curry returns to the court, the two just might have to take it to the hardwood. Although the 56-year-old Mullin has not played since 2001, our bet is that the career 38.4 percent 3-point shooter can still stroke it.
For now, though, Mullin's sharp-shooting successor has all the bragging rights.
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Watch legendary NBA shooters Steph Curry, Chris Mullin play Pop-A-Shot originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area