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Watch: Steph Curry drills signature no-look triple from corner in Game 3 vs. Mavs

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The no-look turnaround 3-pointer has quickly turned into a trademark moment for Steph Curry.

On Sunday night in Dallas, Curry pulled out his signature jumper in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals against the Mavericks. With the Mavericks on a run in the second quarter, Curry pulled the trigger on a catch-and-shoot jumper from the corner with Spencer Dinwiddie closing in his face.

After letting his jumper fly, the two-time Most Valuable Player turned around to the bench as the ball swished through the net. Curry’s no-look triple gave the Warriors a one-point advantage with under two minutes remaining in the first half.

Via @warriors on Twitter:

 

After hitting his signature triple in the second quarter, Curry went on to lead the Warriors in scoring with 31 points on 10-of-20 shooting from the floor with five triples, 11 assists and five boards in 39 minutes.

Behind Curry and Andrew Wiggins, the Warriors went on to stamp their third consecutive win over the Mavericks in the Western Conference finals. The Warriors are now just one win away from returning to the NBA Finals.

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