Watch: Steph Curry drilling 3-pointers at Warriors training camp

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With the 2021 edition of training camp officially underway for the Golden State Warriors, Steph Curry is back to showing off his elite shooting skills.

At a recent practice at San Francisco’s Chase Center, the two-time Most Valuable Player was putting on a show.

After missing two jumpers, Curry got hot, ripping off 17 consecutive makes from beyond the arc. The seven-time NBA All-Star was working with his normal pregame shooting partner, Golden State assistant coach Bruce Fraser.

Via @Letsgowarriors on YouTube (H/T @dubs4o8 on Twitter):

Curry is coming off a season where he earned the league’s scoring title and an appearance on the All-NBA First Team., The 33-year-old guard averaged 32 points per game on 48.2% shooting from the field with 5.8 assists, 5.5 rebounds and 1.2 steals per contest in 63 games.

While helping carry the Warriors to the Western Conference postseason play-in tournament, Curry tallied a sizzling 30 or more points in his final 21 of 24 games to end the season.

After a week of practice, the Warriors are slated to open the 2021 preseason with a contest against Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers at The Moda Center on Monday, Oct. 4.

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