Stephen Curry's Full Pre-Game Routine for Trail Blazers/Warriors!

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Watch Stephen Curry go through his full 20 minute dribbling and shooting pregame routine prior to Portland Trail Blazers vs. Golden State Warriors on April 3, 2016!

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26 thoughts on “Stephen Curry's Full Pre-Game Routine for Trail Blazers/Warriors!

  1. Jealousy is what drives this man to become the best. The most humble human being and loves his job more than any athlete I've ever seen☝☝😚

  2. I think there's so much to be learned from how he approaches this warmup, no matter the field you're in (in my case, music!): just the state of flow he gets into. And, he misses! I love that after every miss, he stays in the moment and in that flow state. Oh, and how did he play this game? He was the highest scorer on the court with 39 POINTS!

  3. In every sport, the best players make the basics of the game look easy. This is because they put in hours and hours doing this.

  4. I wonder why he even felt the need and desire to want to master that extremely difficult double between the legs dribble drill? He would never need to know how to do this, because he would never use it in any situation. Incredible to watch.

  5. I love to see the greats demonstrate mastery of their craft. Mastery of the fundamentals. This is so powerful and enlightening. The amount of work they put in to get to where they are is awesome to see.

  6. first comment says "most of us think this is dumb" …… wtf how is this dumb? guess most people dont know what hard work is

  7. The people who are giving this video a “Thumbs Down” are idiots to begin with! Steph Curry’s pregame warm-up would be a goal all young basketball players could learn from! He’s the CONSUMMATE PROFESSIONAL! You have to admire his skill and athleticism!

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